- The Chevy Camaro gets a few updates for 2021, according to the official GM order guide.
- The color palette is revised and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay now have wireless capability.
- The SS 1LE model is now available with a 10-speed automatic; it was previously available only with a six-speed manual transmission.
After getting a few appearance tweaks for 2020, the Chevy Camaro is getting some equipment revisions for 2021. That’s according to the car’s official order guide, first spotted by GM Authority, which shows changes to the color offerings, tech features, and transmission availability for certain models.
The 2021 Camaro now has enhanced smartphone mirroring capabilities, as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are now wireless, as standard equipment on all trim levels. That means that you’ll now be able to show your smartphone’s screen on the Camaro’s display without plugging in a USB cable.
The V-8–powered SS model’s 1LE performance package is now available with a 10-speed automatic transmission, like its big sibling, the supercharged ZL1 1LE. The SS 1LE was previously offered only with a six-speed manual transmission.
News on the color front isn’t all good, as one of our favorite hues—Rally Green metallic—is no longer available. A new extra-cost red color is on board, as Wild Cherry Tintcoat replaces Garnet Red Tintcoat.
Chevy has yet to release prices for the 2021 Camaro, but we expect them to stay relatively stable compared to the 2020 model, which starts at $25,995 for the base LS model and ranges up to $70,695 for a ZL1 convertible.