The dealership debut of the Chevrolet Camaro in Australia and New Zealand is drawing closer, as Holden Special Vehicles has announced the pricing of the right-drive-converted muscle car down under.
For ages now, Australian Chevrolet performance fans have called for the Camaro to be sold in their local market, but it seemed unlikely since the Chevrolet brand is not marketed Down Under. However, with the demise of the Aussie-built Holden Commodore, GM performance fans on that continent have been even more insistent on the availability of a Camaro and thanks to Holden Special Vehicles – it is about to become a reality.
HSV announced earlier this year that they would be importing Chevrolet Camaros to the Australian market and converting them to right-hand-drive for legal road use. The company promised that the Camaro would be available in the third quarter of 2018, which is right now, and with the announcement of official Aussie pricing – it won’t be long before the first units hit the street.
Australian Chevrolet Camaro Pricing Announced