The 1971 Chevrolet Camaro was a second-generation Camaro model that was produced by General Motors. It was available as a two-door coupe or convertible, with a variety of engine and transmission options.
The standard engine for the 1971 Camaro was a 250 cubic inch (4.1-liter) inline-six, which produced 145 horsepower. Other engine options included a 307 cubic inch (5.0-liter) V8 that produced 200 horsepower, a 350 cubic inch (5.7-liter) V8 that produced 245 horsepower, and a 402 cubic inch (6.6-liter) V8 that produced 330 horsepower.
Transmission options included a three-speed manual, four-speed manual, or three-speed automatic. The Camaro also came with power steering and power brakes as standard features.
Styling changes for the 1971 Camaro included a new grille, bumper, and taillights. The RS package added hidden headlights and a special front-end design, while the SS package added additional performance features.
The 1971 Camaro was popular with car enthusiasts and collectors, and it remains a classic car today.