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2022 Chevrolet Camaro Overview

Neil Cumins
Automotive Editor - January 19, 2022

What's New

Other than paint color changes and minor package tweaks, Chevy’s Camaro remains unchanged for 2022. That means it still offers a huge array of engine, trim, body style, and transmission options.

Choosing Your Chevrolet Camaro

The 2022 Camaro range is either bewilderingly complex or hugely customizable, depending on your point of view. There’s a choice of coupe and convertible body styles, four engines, eight trim levels, manual or automatic transmissions, and various performance-enhancing packages.

The cheapest way into the range is the 1LS Coupe with a two-liter turbo engine and a six-speed manual transmission, starting at $27,390 including destination. The convertible is $6,500 more in base guise, while you’ll pay $71,790 for a flagship ZL1 convertible with a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine and paddle-shift transmission.

Engine Choices

None of the Camaro engines lack power, and even the base two-liter turbocharged gas engine generates 275 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. As on every model, this is supplied to the rear wheels through a choice of six-speed manual or paddle-shift automatic transmissions. The 3.6-liter V6 ups its power to 335 HP and 284 lb-ft of torque, while the 6.2-liter V8 churns out 455 HP and an identical torque figure. If this isn’t enough, a supercharged version of the same engine produces 650 HP and 650 lb-ft of torque.

Fuel economy isn’t a Camaro strong point, with the smallest engine returning an EPA-estimated 19 miles per gallon city, 29 mpg highway, and 22 combined as a manual, increasing to 22/30/25 as an automatic. By the time you reach the supercharged 6.2 V8, you’re looking at figures of 13/21/16 MPG for the auto, and 14/20/16 as a manual.

Engine TypeHorsepowerTorqueFuel Economy (City/Highway/Combined)
2.0 turbo275 hp295 lb-ft

19/29/22 MPG (manual)

22/30/25 MPG (auto)

3.6 V6335 hp284 lb-ft

16/26/20 MPG (manual)

18/29/22 MPG (auto)

6.2 V8 455 hp 455 lb-ft

16/24/19 MPG (manual)

16/26/20 MPG (auto)

6.2 supercharger650 hp650 lb-ft

14/20/16 MPG (manual)

13/21/16 MPG (auto)

Passenger and Cargo Capacity

Cargo capacity for the four-seater Camaro stands at 9.1 cu ft in the coupe, and 7.3 cu ft in the convertible.

Safety Features

Every Camaro features eight airbags, traction control and Chevy’s Teen Driver system, a limited-slip rear differential, and cruise control. However, you’ll need 3LT trim or above to receive forward collision alerts, a head-up display, lane change/side blind zone/rear cross-traffic alerts; this is also the first model to receive rear park assist and a rear camera mirror.

These features are dropped on the two higher trims (LT1 and 1SS), being reintroduced from 2SS upwards. Only ZL1 models have an electronic limited-slip diff or launch control, but they also come shod in summer-only tires – worth noting if you live in a colder state.

Connectivity

Technology is another area which improves dramatically as you work up the range. Base models feature a six-speaker audio system with Bluetooth, controlled through a seven-inch color touchscreen running Chevrolet’s Infotainment 3 system, while every model receives smartphone compatibility and WiFi hotspot capability. 3LT and 2SS models upwards benefit from a Bose stereo, wireless device charging, and a head-up display.

2022 Chevrolet Camaro 1LS – MSRP From $27,690

Riding on 18-inch aluminum wheels, two-liter-only 1LS models are sparsely equipped but do feature eight-way power for the driver’s bucket seat, keyless open and start plus power doors and windows. Leather covers the steering wheel and shift knob, and single-zone climate cools the cabin.

There are no packs on this trim.

2022 Chevrolet Camaro 1LT – MSRP From $28,190

Differences from 1LS trim are modest, but the front passenger seat receives six-way power, while satellite radio is standard. This is also the first model available with a 3.6-liter V6 engine.

It’s worth spending $900 on the Technology Package to obtain a larger eight-inch infotainment touchscreen, a Bose premium audio system, and satellite radio. This is also available for the same price on 2LT.

2022 Chevrolet Camaro 2LT – MSRP From $30,190

The main difference between 1LT and 2LT is the introduction of dual-zone climate. Otherwise, the trims are indistinguishable mechanically and in terms of specifications.

RECARO bucket seats are a $1,595 upgrade on this trim.

2022 Chevrolet Camaro 3LT – MSRP From $34,190

The first model to come with heated and auto-dimming (on the driver’s side) power outside mirrors, 3LT models also have memory settings for the mirrors and driver’s seat, plus upgraded lighting and illuminated visor mirrors.

The cabin sports an eight-inch driver information center and aluminum trim, a Bose premium audio system controlled through an eight-inch HD color touchscreen, and wireless device charging.

Navigation is a $495 option on 3LT.

2022 Chevrolet Camaro LT1 – MSRP From $36,790

Not to be confused with entry-level 1LT, LT1 models have mechanical upgrades including Brembo front brakes, an external engine oil cooler, performance suspension, and 20-inch aluminum wheels. This trim loses the Bose stereo from 3LT and reverts back to a smaller seven-inch infotainment system, lacking the advanced lighting and dual-zone climate of its cheaper cousin.

Disappointingly, key safety features are also dropped, despite the fact this car can only be acquired with a 6.2-liter engine – there’s no lane change or side blind zone alerts, no park assist, and no rear camera mirror.

Having been dropped from the standard specifications, the Technology pack recurs as a $900 upgrade, but navigation isn’t even an option.

2022 Chevrolet Camaro 1SS – MSRP From $40,290

If you were expecting LT2 to follow LT1, you’d be mistaken. 1SS is the next step up the Camaro ladder, adding mechanical features like a higher-capacity cooling system that extends to the rear diff, while Brembo brakes underpin all four wheels. The eight-inch infotainment system makes a welcome return, but essential safety elements are still notable by their absence.

The $7,000 SS 1LE Track Performance Package combines magnetic ride control and black exterior detailing with RECARO front bucket seats, uprated Brembo brakes sporting red calipers, performance-tuned suspension, an electronic limited-slip diff, and a head-up display.

2022 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS – MSRP From $45,290

The mechanically identical 2SS returns the Camaro’s specifications to those seen on 3LT, with heated outside mirrors including memory settings that also control the driver’s seat. It regains the Bose stereo, dual-zone climate, head-up display, and safety settings of 3LT, as well as wireless device charging.

Navigation is restored as a $495 option on 2SS models.

2022 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 – MSRP From $67,890

Rather than the 3SS, the flagship Camaro is called the ZL1. Available exclusively with the supercharged V8 engine, it’s the only model with an electronic limited-slip diff as standard, alongside launch control and magnetic ride control. The suspension is performance-tuned, hiding behind 20-inch graphite aluminum wheels with summer-only tires. The cabin is unique in receiving alloy sport pedals, RECARO front bucket seats, and a suede microfiber gearshift and steering wheel.

The $7,500 ZL1 1LE Extreme Track Performance Package adds adjustable performance suspension to 19-inch summer tires, carbon fiber hood and rear spoiler detailing, front dive planes, and a bespoke front splitter, plus red brake calipers. Navigation is still an option on this model.

Compare Camaro Trims Side-By-Side

CarsDirect Tip

The decision to exclude key safety features from high-performance Camaros is disappointing, so we’d recommend the 3LT for its blend of comfort, safety, and relative affordability. High-performance trims have a gas guzzler tax of up to $2,100 in the case of the Camaro ZL1.

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