The new Corvette proved that Chevy could build a world-class interior, but the Camaro still lives with a compromised cabin. Even on our fully-optioned 3LT trim test vehicle, the cabin materials still feel like they have rental car origins, which feels disappointing given the Camaro’s other high points. Some materials, like the leather steering wheel and seats, feel premium, but the dashboard and trim feel the polar opposite.
Although sports cars aren’t supposed to be practical, we still take issue with the Camaro’s cabin layout. Aside from a small armrest cubby and tiny bins in the doors, there is nowhere to put anything. Both the Mustang and Camaro have far more interior compartments in which to store small objects like your phone.