Chevrolet Camaro
The Chevrolet Camaro 50th Anniversary edition is available with Coupe and Convertible 2LT and 2SS models. Chevrolet

Fall 2016 will welcome in the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro. In the U.K., the company has finally revealed the price tag for the new ride.

The starting price for the manual-transmission variant is at £37,000 (approx. AU$69,135). An upgrade worth £1,460 (approx. AU$2,730) can bring it up to an eight-speed automatic transmission. According to Autocar, the 2.0-litre turbo Camaro variant will only be released with an automatic transmission. It will also come with a navigation system off the bat.

Granted, this is a pretty high price when compared to its close rival, the Ford Mustang, when comparing entry-level cars. But the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro is not without some good bell and whistles, both included and offered.

Furnishings for the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro include stripes with either a £400 (approx. AU$750) or £550 (approx. AU$1,030) package, magnetic suspension for the V8 variant at £1,460 (approx. AU$2,730). Those who opt for the manual-transmission Camaro can also get a convenience and lighting package, which costs £1,460 (approx. AU$2,730).

GM Authority reported that there will be a couple of updates for the upcoming car. It will have the 1LE track handling package and a couple of new features. These include an Arctic Metallic exterior colour, an anniversary “FIFTY” badge on all of the steering wheels and a Teen Driver mode added to the MyLink infotainment system.

There’s also the 50th Anniversary Edition model for the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro. Additionally, it will come with either a coupe or convertible variant. The convertible is pricier, as it starts for £36,500 (approx. AU$68,200) for the standard variant, and £41,000 (approx. AU$76,610) for the V8 variant.

The 2017 Chevrolet Camaro is expected to debut in the U.K. come September, with the coupe first making an appearance in the market. The following month, the convertible is expected to make its mark. Preorders for the new Chevrolet Camaro is already accepted, though according to the source, the coupe variant is expected to get a bigger share of the relatively small market in the U.K.

2017 Chevrolet Camaro reveal (Credit: YouTube/AutoGuide)