The redesigned Chevrolet Camaro will go on sale across Europe towards the end of this year, with prices in the UK starting from £35,320 for the coupe and from £40,320 for the convertible.
An automatic gearbox is optional and costs an extra £1,500.
The Camaro facelift features a revised exterior appearance that includes a front fascia with a wider lower grille and a narrower upper grille, while the functional hood vent helps reduce heat and aerodynamic lift.
At the rear the facelift boasts a sculptural deck lid, horizontal lamps and diffuser.
The Camaro’s 6.2L engine produces 432 hp when mated to a six-speed short-throw manual transmission, and 405 hp when linked to the automatic transmission, which has TAP shift functionality.
The coupe and convertible with manual gearbox go from 0-62mph in 5.2 and 5.4 seconds respectively, while automatic versions are two-tenths slower.
Remote keyless entry is standard, as well as Chevrolet MyLink technology with a seven-inch touch-screen, rear-view camera and a voice recognition system.