The Chevrolet Camaro is living on borrowed time, rumored to retire in 2025 or earlier

Some rivals like the Dodge Challenger are on a similar stump as sales of sports cars slow and pressure to

phase out his petrol-hungry V8 engine facing But before they leave, manufacturers are working hard to move as many units as possible

special editions are displayed left and right to attract attention.

In case you didn't know, the Chevrolet Camaro is sold in markets outside of North America

This latest special edition is exactly what is offered only in Japan.

Called the Rapid Blue Edition, this Camaro starts with LT RS trim and is finished in a vibrant Rapid Blue paint job on the outside.

Also included in this package are his 5-spoke 20-inch alloy wheels with black body stripes and gloss.

The interior uses a combination of white and black leather for the seats and door panels

All 20 come with a special gift Camaro canvas tote with custom graphics to match the vehicle.

However, this is the only special goodies available in this edition.

Based on his LT RS trim in Japan, this Rapid Blue Edition misses his popular V-8 engine and is fitted with a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine.

This powertrain produces 271 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels via an eight-speed transmission.

Chevrolet also offered a Wild Cherry Edition earlier this year, so this isn't the first Camaro exclusive in Japan.