The Chevrolet Camaro is in trouble. The next-gen version of the muscle car is still unclear at this point and reports of the nameplate death have been around since last year. The dismal sales figure does not help its survival case – the most recent from the second quarter of 2020, where Camaro sales are down nearly 50% from their figures last year.
But Chevy isn’t giving up its muscle car yet. At least in the near future, we’ll see some updates on the Camaro, especially in the appearance department. One of them is the Wild Cherry Design package, which we reported on in May.
This time, an image of the supposed special edition has surfaced, courtesy of the GM Authority. The image, which you can see at the top, is said to have been obtained exclusively from the post. While the Wild Cherry Design package will also use cabin upgrades, this initial image is only for the exterior design.
Two variations of the Wild Cherry Design package are coming up, according to our previous report. The order code for the first version is PDL, which comes with chopped metallic black stripes, polished 20-inch five-spoke wheels with Camaro logos on the wheel covers, floor mats with Camaro logos and badges Camaro fender.
The second one, which is the image above, has the order code PDN. In addition to the PDL version, the PDN receives a black fuel filler flap with carbon insert, Carbon Flash Metallic ground effects and a central stripe in silver, black and metallic black. A black suede knee pad is added to round off the cabin upgrades.
The Wild Cherry Design package will be available on all Camaro trim levels except the base 1LT and ZL1 models.