2020 Camaro Heritage Edition is Only in Japan by Evan Williams January 14, 2020 Share Comments Chevrolet is bringing a new special edition of the Camaro to market, but if you’re reading this then you probably won’t be able to buy one. The 2020 Chevrolet Camaro Heritage Edition is JDM only, which might make you the same shade as the car, but with envy. The Camaro Heritage Edition will come only in rally green, which Chevy Japan calls “a symbol of the heritage of the 1967-1969 model.” Of course, it’s also pretty close to the green of a certain car with a certain horsey badge playing on the front grille, but it’s best not to talk about that. The cars will also get special five-spoke wheels in gloss black and the SS will get a red outline stripe. Coupe versions of the HE Camaro get the white rally stripe on the hood, though convertibles do not. Coupes get a black interior, while the convertibles will get Kalahari. This will be a pretty exclusive special edition, limited to just 30 LT RS cars, 20 convertible cars, and 40 in SS trim. The cheapest LT RS will start at 5.65 million yen, or about $51,000. Of course, that includes Japan’s 10 percent sales tax. Want an SS, it will run you 7.480 million yen, or $68,000. Chevrolet sells only the Camaro and Corvette in Japan, racking up about 600 sales a year between the two. So a 90 unit special edition is actually a pretty big hunk of the company’s sales for the year.