Gone Again by 2022.
It appears that Chevrolet will end production of the Shock and Steel Edition package for its Camaro model. According to GM Authority, the alteration is set to become evident in the 2024 version of the iconic performance vehicle. Additionally, this year should also witness the eventual conclusion of the much-acclaimed Camaro nameplate, as verified by Chevrolet previously last month.
As of this writing, we have inspected Chevrolet’s customer-oriented website and have unfortunately been unable to uncover the configurator for the upcoming 2024 Camaro. Fortunately, the current 2023 rendition is still providing this service, thereby leaving time to purchase one prior to removal.
The Camaro Shock & Steel Package is back for 2022, having had to take a one-year break due to resource struggles. Sprucing up the performance coupe for a price tag of two thousand and eight hundred and twenty dollars, this apparatus comes complete for both convertible and coupé versions on 2LT, 3LT & 2SS revamps.
The 2LT and 3LT models equipped with the Shock and Steel package sport stylish 20-inch blade aluminum wheels, paired with Brembo four-piston front brake calipers. Additionally, all three trims receive external accessories painted in carbon flash, a range of colored center stripes, a fuel filler door that includes a carbon-style insert, hot yellow caliper color, and slick black suede knee pads.
Going beyond the Shock and Steel bundle, the 2024 model year will yet include the Collectible Edition which is accessible solely in the RS, SS, and ZL1s designs. Additionally, there is the Camaro ZL1 Garage 56 option commemorating the car’s 24 Hours of Le Mans victory, however, due to its scarcity (limited to 56 units), this may be difficult to acquire.
Finally, to recognize the 2023 Indy 500, a specially crafted appearance package for the Chevy Camaro SS convertible was released. Yet similarly to Garage 56, obtaining this is no easy feat, as only 50 were distributed once the 107th Indianapolis 500 started in May of that year.