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Back in 2009, Chevrolet showed a Camaro concept that they called the Dusk, that featured a shade of blue that looked like the twilight hour, along with some other styling goodies. The folks at Camaro5 have posted a release that is reportedly from General Motors, saying that The General will produce the Dusk Special Edition in both Coupe and Convertible body styles for the 2013 model year. That release has not hit the Canadian or U.S. media sites yet so we’ll have to wait and see if this is official or not. From Camaro5:
The Dusk Special Edition is an option package available on the 2LT or 2SS Camaro coupe or convertible models. The package includes elements of the RS Appearance Package including the halo ring HID head lamps, as well as the new for 2013 Blue Ray Metallic exterior color and factory installed 21-inch Bright Silver painted aluminum wheels with P245/40ZR21 front and 275/35ZR21 summer performance tires. The top is blue on convertible models.
The interior of the 2013 Camaro Dusk Special Edition features an exclusive Mojave leather-appointed interior with yellow stitching on the seats (similar to the seats of the Neiman Marcus edition), shift knob, center armrest and steering wheel. The interior also features a soft instrument panel insert in the Mojave color and Blue Ray Metallic door inserts that also carries across the instrument panel. The 2013 Camaro Dusk Special Edition is ordered by selecting option code CCS.
The Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price of the Dusk Special Edition package is $5,995. The price includes the content of the RS Appearance Package.
There is no indication whether that pricing is for U.S. or Canada, although I assume it is for the stateside model. I’ll check in with the GM Canada people here in Oshawa and report back tomorrow.