2020 vs. 2019 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 has proved to be a very popular sports car, and the 2020 edition features a few tweaks and improvements that make it a worthy successor to the 2019 edition. Read on to find the differences between the two editions and everything that’s new in the 2020 edition. For a first-hand viewing and test driving experience, visit Nucar.com’s official showroom in New Castle, DE, near the cities of Newark, Bear, and Middletown.
What’s new on the outside?
The 2019 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 was available in a variety of color schemes, but two of those, the mosaic black metallic and the silver ice metallic, have been done away with. Chevrolet has instead come up with the color ‘rally green metallic’, for the 2020 edition. The 20” 5-split spoke wheels are also welcome new additions to the ZL1.
What’s new on the inside?
On the inside of the 2020 edition of the ZL1, Chevrolet has added red knee pads, and buyers can choose red seat belts if they want as well. The Tire Fill Alert feature is also new, and all Camaro trims now boast of this feature.
What remains the same?
The powerful 6.2-liter V-8 engine stays the same from the 2019 edition, and it is the soul of the Camaro ZL1. When paired with the 10-speed automatic transmission, the engine delivers some pretty impressive performances. The car offers fuel economy suitable for urban driving, at 17 MPG.
The seating and ventilation features also remain the same and Chevrolet has not done much to increase space, with the 2020 edition being comfortable enough for just two people. There’s more to the cargo space with the addition of a shallow trunk behind the rear seats.
Connectivity and infotainment features are also carried over from the 2019 ZL1. Some of these features include a heads-up display, wireless phone charging, a Bose sound system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration, and an in-built Wi-Fi hotspot.
If you want to find out more about the Camaro ZL1, visit us at the official store of Nucar.com in New Castle, DE, near Middleton, Bear, and Newark.