The Chevrolet Camaro Dusk Edition first made heads turn at SEMA 2009 and since then, Chevrolet has kept the car under wraps. That is, until now.

Chevrolet has officially made the Dusk Camaro available, although instead of a full-fledged special edition model, they’re doing it as a package that will be available for the 2013 Camaro coupe and convertible models, as well as the 2LT and 2SS trims.

The Dusk Edition package will carry a number of features from the concept we last saw at SEMA two-and-something years ago. The most prominent is the Blue Ray Metallic Paint, which will be a new color option that’s going to be available for 2013 Camaro models and beyond. In addition, the package also has halo HD headlights, a new set of 21" Bright Silver painted aluminum wheels, a blue cloth top for the convertible models, a new front splitter and rocker, and the RS Appearance Package.

Inside, the new features comprise of Mojave leather with matching yellow stitching on the seats, steering wheel, arm rests, and shift knob. The instrument panel will also be dressed in Mojave leather while the entire interior will receive an Ice Blue ambient lighting. Finally, the door inserts will be finished in the same Blue Ray Metallic color of the exterior body.

All told, the Camaro Dusk Edition package will cost interested buyers $5,995, a price that’s not all too steep for all the modifications the Camaro will receive.


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  (831) posted on 08.2.2012

@Dalia_Pinto: Yeah. This car has no uniqueness other than the missing roof of this car.

  (347) posted on 08.1.2012

Chevy is taking over the scene again lately. You’d expect Ford, Audi and Lexus or any other super car producers will steal the limelight but well, Nissan won’t easily give up, and this Camaro Dusk Edition is just a proof to that.

  (296) posted on 07.29.2012

The only thing that makes this car new is because it’s roofless. It’s like the old "bumblebee" car that has no roof.

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