The 2020 Chevy Camaro is a big mystery. No one knows exactly how it will look like, what kind of engine it will use when it will be released, and how much it will cost. While that is true, many are excited about the 2020 Camaro. There are many fans of Camaro lineup, after all. If you want to get an insight on the upcoming Camaro, you may want to read on. Here we will tell you about what we know about the interesting muscle car, including its redesign both exterior and interior, engine, release date, and price. Let’s start.
2020 Chevy Camaro Redesign & Changes
We expect there will be redesigns, both for exterior and interior, for the New Chevy Camaro. Especially, considering that GM is taking a more environmentally-friendly stance by planning to use a hybrid engine for the 2020 Camaro instead of a full gasoline one.
While the engine change is quite drastic, we don’t expect the same for the exterior and interior. The exterior and interior aren’t likely to get drastic redesigns. Sure, there will (and should) be changes, but the 2020 Camaro will not differ that much from the 2019 Camaro. The 2019 Camaro has just got drastic redesigns, which will be carried over to the 2020 Camaro with some changes here and there. If you are a Camaro fan, don’t worry, it still feels like a Camaro.
The exterior will benefit from small redesigns here and there. We expect the fundamental design to be more or less the same as the current model. However, the 2020 Camaro should get a new front fascia, grille, and hood. There should be LED running lights, too.
There are reports that suggest Teijin, a supplier for mass carbon fiber, is supplying structural components and body panels for the 2020 Camaro. If this is true, then the 2020 model will weigh hundreds of pounds less than its predecessors. As the 2020 model will weigh less, there should be changes in its appearance.
As a hybrid car, 2020 Camaro will have a battery. And speaking of battery, it is common to find bigger batteries to have bigger power than small ones. We are not likely to see this in the Camaro, fortunately. The designers and engineers of 2020 Camaro are working to create electric motors that can generate a high amount of power without taking too much space. In fact, the designers and engineers are aiming to make it small, which means changes in the exterior will not be caused by the addition of a battery.
The 2020 Camaro will not differ much from its predecessors. Premium materials will be used and advanced features will be provided. Of course, the quality of the materials used and features provided depend on the trim level.
The base trim level will get only standard features and good quality materials. Conversely, the highest trim level will get standard features plus a lot more and high-quality materials. While there are significant differences between the base and highest trim level, even the base trim level is very comfortable. It is a Camaro, after all.
In the 2019 Camaro, we don’t see Chevrolet’s MyLink infotainment system. Instead, the infotainment system is referred to as Infotainment 3. Just like many other parts, we are likely to see this infotainment system in the 2020 Camaro. The 2020 Camaro’s driver assistance features should be more or less the same with 2019 Camaro’s.
Engine Specs & Performance
It seems GM is taking the same stance as Tesla in terms of environment-friendly engine. This means that the engine used for the Camaro will not be a full gasoline engine but it will not be a fully electric, either. Instead, the 2020 Chevy Camaro will be powered by a hybrid engine which utilizes both gas as we as electric motors to produce power and torque. Reports seem to suggest that this hybrid engine will be powerful, allowing the upcoming Camaro to get 0-60 mph speed quickly.
The base model of 2019 Chevy Camaro uses a 2.0L inline-four turbocharged gasoline engine capable of generating up to 275 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. The same can’t be said for the Upcoming Chevy Camaro, however, as it is planned to get a hybrid engine.
While we don’t know exactly how much the output of the hybrid engine will be, there are third-party performance shops that experiment using the same 2.0L engine and paired it with a hybrid motor. The result is the engine can generate as high as 451 horsepower and 512 lb-ft of torque. It will not be surprising if the output of the 2020 Chevy Camaro is in this range.
2020 Chevy Camaro Release Date and Price
Until now, there is no official statement from Chevrolet. The manufacturer has yet to say anything about the release date of the upcoming Chevy Camaro. While we don’t know the exact release date yet, we expect it to enter dealership either in late 2019 or early 2020. It is a 2020 model, after all.
There is no official statement regarding the price, either. That being the case, we can use the current model to predict how much the starting price will be. The current model starting price is in the $25,000 range for the base model. The 2020 Chevrolet Camaro starting price for the base model should be more or less in the same range.
So far, these are what we know about 2020 Chevy Camaro. The upcoming Camaro will be different from its predecessors, at least in terms of engine and weight. The exterior and interior? Not so much. There is a saying that there is no need to fix what is not broken. We think it applies to the exterior and interior of the Camaro lineup. We expect the exterior and interior to stay fundamentally the same although there will be some redesigns to give it a more modern touch.
we need to tell you that what you read here may or may not be true. As its name suggests, the 2020 Chevy Camaro is a model for 2020. Since the gap between now and 2020 is long, there can be changes that we don’t include or no changes that we do include. Also, the image we include is an illustration, not the real image of the 2020 Camaro.