If you miss Chevy Camaro Shock and Steel Special Edition, you are in luck. Chevrolet was available to re-order on the 2022 models. The appearance pack was offered for the 2020 model year, but was discontinued in 2021 after spending only a year on order sheets.
However, like GM agency Reportedly, the package is back and even discounted. For the year 2022 Camaros, check out the B2E RPO code will cost $2,995. (Back to 2020equipping your car with some Shock and Steel will cost $3,495, so those who wait can now save 500 clams.)
Shock and Steel equips the 2LT, 3LT and 2SS coupe and convertible trim levels with unique 20-inch wheels, a rear spoiler and a set of black stripes and yellow shock absorbers. Additional cosmetic changes include the side mirrors painted in Carbon Flash, the black fuel inlets with carbon fiber insert and paint yellow brake callipers. Inside, owners will sit down to the carbon fiber trim on their dashboard moldings, black and unique suede knee pads. floor mats.
The 2LT and 3LT trim levels equipped with Shock and Steel are automatically upgraded to the RS package, which includes a deck spoiler, color LED taillights, RS bumpers and black bow badges front and rear. .
Chevrolet is offering packages in four color: Black, Quick Blue, Satin Steel Metallic and Summit White. In its predecessor, the Shock and Steel was available in Shock paint, but since that electric yellow color has been discontinued, the new Rapid Blue takes its place. However, like on the Shock, the side stripes are usually gold instead of silver. You can mix them with any interior color you want, as long as it’s black.
While we lament the Shock colorway, one of the rare, really cool OEM color palette options in recent years, the Shock and Steel package means you can still get a bit of highlighter yellow on the Camaro mine.