One of the most popular domestic performance cars to date is the Chevy Camaro. It has been providing fans with sleek looks and plenty of power for decades. The 2020 Chevy Camaro is no exception. The previous year saw a change in the body style that was controversial and got mixed reviews from both industry experts and fans of the brand. The new body style has undergone some upgrades to provide a sleeker look. There are also other new features and options that make owning the legendary performance vehicle more affordable and provides many more options than in previous years. Anyone who is currently interested in checking out the new 2020 Chevy Camaro should keep reading to find out more about the specs and even some deals.

Of course, the Camaro name is synonymous with performance, but today's model gives the shopper a few different options to choose from. The first noticeable change in performance options is the LT1, which is an affordable V8 option which creatures a 6.2-liter engine with 455 hp. For those who are interested in the V6 version, there is a 10-speed automatic in place of the 8 speed. There is also a four-cylinder option that has a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine that also is available in manual six-speed or automatic 10-speed transmission. And finally, there is the powerful 6.2-liter V8 SS with an incredible 650 hp for power and performance enthusiasts. When it comes to the 2020 Chevy Camaro, there is a performance option to fit just about any style and budget.

The interior of the Camaro hasn't undergone much of a revamp, but there are new additions and options to the overall look of the vehicle that makes customizing the new 2020 more enjoyable. For example, the 1LE performance package can now be chosen for the LE model, which feature Recaro seats. In addition, buyers can also opt to purchase red seat belts on all models of the 2020 Chevy Camaro. There is also a new addition to the lineup of exterior paint colors. It is the new Rally Green and really makes the new Camaro stand out from the rest.

When it comes to crash ratings, the NHTSA gave the Camaro Coupe five stars for rollover and side impacts. However, the view from the driver's seat is impeded because of the body design and there isn't automatic emergency braking. The newest model Camaro is overall a high-ranking model when it comes to safety, but it isn't designed to be a family car and is a good choice for two adults rather than more than two passengers. There isn't data available for the convertible models yet, but naturally, convertibles score much lower for safety than hardtop versions.

In terms of prices and models, this year has much more to offer than previous years. The manufacturer has kept all budgets in mind to help make purchasing the type of performance you want affordable. The new 2020 Chevy Camaro has a vast number of models and a wide range of prices. The four-cylinder models start at $25k and the affordable V-8 LT1 starts at $26k. Those who are after power and high-performance editions can expect to spend around $37k to start for the SS model, and the ZL1 coupe starts at $62K. People who are looking for any model in a convertible style will need to add about $5k to $6k to the sticker price.