The current generation Chevrolet Camaro has done a fantastic job in rejuvenating the muscle car’s moniker , but one thing it has lacked over the recent years was touchscreen navigation… until now.
For the 2013 model year, the American automaker has updated its muscle car with a conventional, dash-mounted navigation system. The seven-inch touchscreen nav will be made available on LS, SS, and ZL1 models and will include Pandora, Stitcher, and satellite radio capabilities. Of course GM‘s MyLink infotainment system is incorporated which allows Bluetooth hands-free phone use and audio streaming.
Other changes to the 2013 model year Camaro include a new 1LE performance package, hill-start assist for manual transmission-equipped models, dual-model exhaust on the SS and ZL1 trims, a Mojave leather interior shade, Blue Ray Metallic exterior paint choice, new 18- and 20-inch wheels, remote start for 1LT and 1SS models equipped with an automatic transmission, and a frameless inside rearview mirror.