The 2011 Camaro has just come out and already Chevrolet is working on a little bit of a facelift. Actually, they have started to focus on the old saying, "It’s what’s on the inside that counts," rather than the superficial aspect of outward beauty. Okay, we’re done with that cheesy analogy. What we’re trying to say is that Chevrolet is working on improving the Camaro’s interior. Sources say the new inner parts should make their appearance in 2012.

A GM insider said that the company is currently working on a substantially reworked interior for the Camaro. Even if he didn’t list all the changes, he did confirm that significant changes will be made to the dash and specifically that big expanse of blackness in front of the passenger. We guess this is just what the Camaro needed to compete against the much more modern Ford Mustang, but we thought the Camaro looked just fine the way it was. We can’t fight the technology wars though.

Also - do our ears, uhh eyes, deceive us - the Camaro Z28 has been hinted at for a launch in 2012. We are currently jumping up and down in our chairs while throwing confetti and singing, "I Feel Good..Ta-nana-nana-nana!" We’ve been waiting for this since about, we don’t know, 2002 when the car ceased production.


Source: Straightline

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  (325) posted on 09.7.2010

I love the futuristic appeal this new interior have.

  (515) posted on 05.6.2010

I agree the aircon vent does looks like it came out from the mazda 3’s vents.

  (364) posted on 05.5.2010

huh? why does its air vents? Are they similar to the vents of mazda?

  (406) posted on 05.4.2010

Great, I think it will look more pretty cool inside if they add some new gadget or even new technology that will make the camaro looks so high tech and gorgeous.

  (648) posted on 05.4.2010

Yes, a total interior revamped was receive by the Camaro but the analog speedometer and tachometer is still the same and the panel lights are still the same as the previous one.

Uncia  (868) posted on 05.1.2010

Good... it needs it. The current interior is not stylish nor ergonomic. I recommend a retro-styled yet not lacking in modern convenience interior much like the one in the Challenger.

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