The sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro enters its fifth model year with a few styling and equipment tweaks. More importantly, however, it continues Chevrolet’s legacy of building popular-priced front-engine, rear-drive performance cars as the 2020 Corvette Stingray moves upmarket to a new mid-engine layout.
The 2020 Chevrolet Camaro lineup includes turbo four-cylinder and V6-powered LS and LT models, the V8-powered SS, and the ZL1 with a supercharged V8 under the hood. New for 2020 is an LT1 model that includes some of the SS model’s features such as a V8 engine, but at a lower price. Chief competitors to the Camaro SS are the Ford Mustang GT and Bullitt and the Dodge Challenger R/T and Scat Pack. Pricing for the 2020 Camaro, including destination, starts at $25,995 for the base four-cylinder LS coupe, topping out at $68,995 for the range-topping supercharged ZL1 V8. Convertible versions of each trim (except the LS, which doesn't offer one) are an extra $6,000. The subject of this review, a 2020 Camaro 2SS coupe, stickered at $47,475 including the $42,000 base price, a $995 destination charge, and $4,480 for options including a 10-speed automatic transmission, dual-mode exhaust, Magnetic Ride Control, and Ceramic White interior trim.