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GM refreshed the best selling model with new bumpers, colors, wheels, and more
GM has been tight-lipped, but besides the announcement of the Z/28 model, this is what we know so far:
The most obvious changes for the 2014 model year Camaro include the reshaped front and rear bumper, thinner grille, vented hood, trunk, and tail lights. The Argent Ground Effects Package has been discontinued. The body color grille is now available in all colors. And there are all new wheel packages.
Rally Yellow, Inferno Orange Metallic, and Victory Red have been deleted. However, Bright Yellow (G7D), Red Rock Metallic (G7P), and Red Hot (G7C) seem to be direct replacements with minor changes. Ashen Grey, Black, Crystal Red Tintcoat, Blue Ray Metallic, Silver Ice Metallic, and Summit White have all been retained from the previous year. All previous stripe packages have been discontinued.
"No big changes," but there will be an optional Recaro seat such as the one used in the Z/28. The Mojave Interior Accent Trim option has been discontinued. A Blue Interior Accent Trim Package is available. And the Heads-Up Display is now color.
*Also note that the 2014 (including the Z/28), as well as the rest of the fifth-generation Camaros, will continue to be produced in the Oshawa plant. The sixth-generation Camaro will return production to the USA (in the Lansing plant). This may be contrary to other reports, however, GM has confirmed this.
Check out John Fitzpatrick's walkaround of the 2014 Camaro SS: