|Fuel economy||18 MPG|
The fourth generation of the Camaro was produced by American automobile manufacturer Chevrolet for the 1993 through 2002 model years; although the last 30 models were unofficially sold in 2003. It was introduced on an updated F-body platform, but would retain the same characteristic since the first-generation’s introduction back in 1967; 2-doors, 2+2 seating, coupe (with optional T-top roof) or convertible bodystyles, rear-wheel drive, and a choice of pushrod V6 and V8 powerplants. The Camaro was refreshed and revised in 1998 with both exterior and engine changes. The fourth-generation of the Camaro would continue production up to the 2002 model year when General Motors discontinued production due to slow sales, a deteriorated sports coupé market, and plant overcapacity.
The 1997 model was the 30th Anniversary for the Camaro and featured a new interior and tri-colored taillights that would be standard on all models from 1997 to 2002. New 5-spoke 16-inch wheels became standard on the Z28 this year (17″ ZR-1 style on SS coupé models) available in either polished, chrome, or white (only on the 30th Anniversary models), replacing the previous 10-spoke turbine style design.