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The Collector’s Edition Camaro is the last, last special edition we’ll see on this Gen Six Camaro, and while we’ve known about this car and seen discussion about it online, Chevrolet has just revealed the full details. This is one of those rare cars that can be left in 100% OEM guise because it's just that damn good-looking and even in the power stakes, leaves absolutely nothing wanting. Chevy fans will know the codename Panther in context to Chevrolet because Panther was the original codename for the program that eventually became Camaro in the 1960s. It’s this Panther that provided inspiration to the Chevrolet Performance Design Studio when they were tasked with a way to create a Gen Six Camaro that embodies everything Camaro is about. “We found it fitting for this Collector’s Edition Camaro to officially recognize the significance of the original code name and share it with Camaro enthusiasts,” said Rich Scheer, design director, Chevrolet Performance. “Of course, the name ‘Panther’ influenced the colors used, Panther Black Metallic for SS and Panther Matte Black for ZL1.” Keeping the car high in the lust lists of modern muscle car fans, this Collector’s Edition Camaro is limited to just 350 units, which have likely all been booked by understandably excited future owners.

The Collector’s Edition adds a new Panther Black Metallic Tintcoat paint, Satin Black accent stripes, 20-inch Satin Black (20-inch polished forged wheels as an option), the front splitter from the 1LE package, the rear spoiler from the ZL1 package, a Black Metallic ZL1 stripe, red brake calipers, black lug nuts, a serialized and numbered steering wheel badge with a panther, unique front fender script badging that integrates a panther into the R, special floor mats with a laser-etched aluminium Collector’s Edition logo and unique black interior treatments. Each Camaro Collector’s Edition also comes with a welcome kit containing two posters commemorating the Camaro generations and the Collector’s Edition itself. There’s also a bespoke Canfield Sport 45mm watch from Shinola to commemorate the Collector’s Edition, and it has an inscribed serial number matching the number on their steering wheel badge. The watch sports both Camaro and panther motifs - from the panther engraved watch band to the Camaro logo on the watch face. “Shinola is proud to share a legacy for quality, craftsmanship and performance with the Camaro nameplate, and we cherish the Detroit heritage that both Shinola and Chevrolet have,” Shinola CEO Awenate Cobbina said.

Take a look at the YouTube video that sees LethalGarage going through all of the cool things that make this special edition Camaro, well, special. The car is discussed in length, and luckily it's by someone who actually drives a serious Camaro and so knows his stuff. We've included an image of his own white Camaro up top because it's just so damn cool: 2024 Camaro Collector’s Edition Pricing & GM Official Details | LethalGarage

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