The Camaro LT and LS versions of the 2023 model year will, just like the Camaro, come standardly equipped with turbocharged inline-4 engines that are capable of producing 275 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. The front brakes on the Camaro ZL1 measure 15.3 inches, and the rear brakes measure 14.4 inches. This extremely powerful braking system is standard equipment on the ZL1. The base trim levels of the 2023 Chevrolet Camaro will see price hikes that are not overly significant.
It’s a little strange that the Camaro option that sells the most is also the most boring: the Lt1-equipped trim levels are now $1,800 less exciting than they used to be. The base price for the 1LT trim is now $27,195, which includes destination fees; this is an increase of $800 compared to the 2022 versions. The more well-appointed 1LT, 2LT, and 3LT all saw an increase of $800 in price as well. This means that the price of the 1SS Camaro Coupe has increased to over $40,000 from 2022, when it was only $38,895.
Since Chevy has not made any additional announcements regarding revisions to the 2023 Camaro, it may be assumed that the trim levels and engine selections will remain the same. When you are personalising your 2023 Camaro, you even have the option of mixing in some carbon-fiber embellishments and painted brake callipers.
We put all three of the Camaro’s available engines to the test, along with the car’s standard six-speed manual transmission, and found that all of them achieved highway fuel economy ratings that were within a range of one mile per gallon, plus or minus.