2020 Chevrolet Camaro Updates

The Chevrolet Camaro is getting big changes for the 2020 model year, including a new concept-inspired SS appearance, an LT1 V8 model, and a special 10-speed transmission option.

Arguably the biggest update is to the styling. The new Camaro SS front end design is based on a special Camaro Shock style which premiered at the 2018 SEMA Show. It features a repositioned bowtie, a body-colored bar, and a divided upper and lower grille.

“Customers spoke, and we listened,” said Steve Majoros, director of Chevrolet passenger car and crossover marketing. “The overwhelmingly positive reaction to the Shock’s stylized design helped prompt its transition from concept to production.”

Other Chevrolet Camaro updates include a new LT1 model, which combines the content and design of the Camaro 1LT with the SS. You can now opt for a 10-speed automatic transmission with the 3.6-liter V6 engine for all Camaro LT models. Other features include a vented hood, fender badges, special black bowtie, and 20-inch wheels. There’s also a technology package for improve infotainment.

You can also more easily personalize the 2020 Camaro. Options include a new Rally Green exterior paint color, an available rear spoiler on LS and LT trims, tinted tail lights, red seatbelts, and RECARO performance features, among other options.

At Bill Cram Chevrolet, we love these new Chevrolet Camaro updates. Stay tuned to learn more about the upcoming 2020 Chevrolet Camaro and visit us to test drive it when it arrives at the dealership this fall.

Chevrolet’s Drowsy Driving Do’s and Don’ts

Have you ever been tired while behind the wheel and kept driving anyway? That can be very dangerous, especially as it can lead to micro-sleeping (briefly falling asleep without you even realizing it) in traffic. Check out some of Chevrolet’s drowsy driving do’s and don’ts before you take your next road trip.

Phone a friend

Driving while drowsy is dangerous, so if you’re feeling too tired to drive, it’s best to phone a friend. Most Chevrolet vehicles feature hands-free calling, so it’s easy to keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road while you reach out. Sometimes talking to someone is enough to keep you awake.

Use safety systems

It’s extremely important to engage all active safety systems, like Lane-Keep Assist, before you hit the road. It doesn’t matter if you’re drowsy or not. An extra set of eyes on the road is always helpful! At Bill Cram Chevrolet, many of our vehicles come equipped with advanced active safety technologies that can help.

Recognize your limit

We all have our limits, and while pushing them may be wise in some areas, driving isn’t one of them. Once fatigue sets in and your mind starts to wander, it’s best to call it quits for the day. It only takes a second of closing your eyes to cause a fatal accident. Staying alert is crucial to your own safety and the safety of others.

Remember: It’s better to arrive late than not at all!