As one of the most admired sports cars on the market, the Chevrolet Camaro has been a car that many have loved to drive and experience for a number of years.
This car is one that offers the fun you can have on the road or at the track with a variety of trim levels to choose from. For the 2019 model year, the Camaro now offers a variety of upgrades including giving you the 1LE package in the Turbo model which is the entry-level version of the Camaro that you can enjoy driving on the road.
Some of the changes you’ll see if you’re shopping for this car at your nearby Chevrolet Camaro dealer include the new SS being offered with a ten-speed automatic transmission with paddle-shifters, the upgraded Chevrolet infotainment 3 system that includes navigation, a new Rear Camera Mirror as an option, and Forward Collision Alerts. These upgrades certainly make sure you can have the fun and active driving you want when you’re out on the road along with a safer and smoother ride when you simply want to cruise or head out for a road trip around the country.
Getting Deeper into the Upgrades of the Camaro for 2019
When you take a look at the upgraded design elements offered for the Camaro you’re going to see a new front end style with distinct differences from the LS/LT, RS, and SS with different fascias, grills, LED headlights and a reshaped hood. The SS now has a front “flowtie” element with the bowtie badge cut out in the middle to allow for better overall airflow into the car. The new RS Appearance Package gives the Camaro a unique polished black grill with Glavano Chrome lower inserts, new LED headlights, a new LED light bar, an upgraded rear fascia with a rear diffuser and 20-inch wheels.
If you choose the new Turbo 1LE package for the Camaro you choose to drive, you’re going to have the upgraded FE3 suspension with larger diameter front and rear stabilizer bars, specifically tuned dampers, stiffer rear cradle bushings, and new rear tow lings that improve the lateral stiffness. There are also Brembo brakes in this package, a weight balance that comes close to being 50/50 to the front and rear, and a Driver Mode Selector with Sport Mode and new Track Mode including a performance readout, launch controls, and shift lights.
The technology added to the Camaro include the new infotainment system which offers you an eight-inch screen and the third generation of the system, a Rear Camera Mirror, which allows the view from the rear camera to be broadcast on the mirror, and added safety systems. These upgrades to the Camaro make it a car that you can take for a ride around the country or enjoy in your neighborhood. With the limited visibility of the rear of the Camaro, it makes sense for you to choose the Rear Camera Mirror, which can be extremely useful and give the view you need to be safe on the road in this amazing sports car.