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Chevrolet, an automobile division of General Motors, has launched a special edition of the Camaro in the Japanese market. Dubbed the Vivid Orange Edition, the new car is based on the Camaro SS model. Only 20 units of this special edition Camaro, according to the car maker, will be manufactured. The Vivid Orange Edition is priced at ?8,930,000 ($ 66,275) and is exclusive to Japan. Buyers willing to buy this limited edition can place their orders as the company’s order books are now open. Deliveries for the new model will commence in mid-June in Japan. If you have a thing for muscle cars like the Camaro, then the manufacturer’s recent announcement to cease its production may break your heart. As confirmed, Chevrolet will pull the plug on the six-generation Camaro by January 2024. Several special editions planned by the company, including the Collector’s Edition, will be released before the vehicle gets discontinued.
The Chevrolet Camaro performance-oriented SS model is the foundation for the new Camaro Vivid Orange Edition. It offers a special Vivid Orange exterior paint scheme with a silver stripe running from its nose to the boot. Adding to this are black exterior mirrors and black-painted wheels. The interior of the Chevrolet Camaro Vivid Orange Edition features Recaro performance bucket seats, along with a new jet-black upholstery to go with it.
Chevrolet Camaro Vivid Orange Edition: Powertrain & Gearbox
At its heart is a 6.2-litre naturally aspirated V8 engine that displaces 6,168cc. This engine is good enough to produce 446.4bhp of maximum power at 5,700rpm and 617Nm of peak torque at 4,600rpm. A six-speed manual gearbox is standard, although a 10-speed automatic gearbox is also available.
Chevrolet Camaro Vivid Orange Edition: Price, Availability
Chevrolet has launched the limited-run model exclusively for the Japanese market. The Chevrolet Camaro Vivid Orange Edition carries a price tag of ?8,930,000 ($ 66,275), which is higher than the standard Camaro SS model, which costs approximately ?8,480,000 yen ($62,908).