On September 26, 1966, Chevrolet debuted the first ever Camaro, and this year, the company’s celebrating big for the car’s 50th anniversary with a special edition model. Offered in a slick Nightfall Gray Metallic paint job, the muscular Camaro is accented with orange stripes along the hood and satin chrome trims throughout its mesh grille, while droptop convertible models are covered in a black roof. Inside, a full black leather interior with suede inserts features more pops of orange with external stitching. 50th anniversary logos are emblazoned throughout details on the steering wheel, instrument panel, seatbacks and illuminated sill plates, as well as the center caps on the car’s custom twenty-inch wheels.
Pricing for this special edition Camaro is still yet to be released. This distinct 50th anniversary package is also offered for Chevy coupes and convertibles with the 2SS trim or the 2LT.