The Camaro is a two-door, rear-wheel drive sports/muscle car produced and designed by General Motors under the Chevrolet badge. The 1992 Camaro represented the 25th anniversary of the Camaro, and all 1992 Camaro’s came equipped with special 25th anniversary badging. The RS, or Rally Sport, was the base model of the 1992 Camaro. The 1992 Camaro was also the last year of the third-generation Camaro styling, as a new body style was introduced in 1993.
The standard engine in the 1992 Camaro RS was a 3.1-liter V-6. The engine made 140 horsepower and 180 foot-pounds of torque. This engine achieved an estimated 15 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway. An optional upgrade to a 5.0-liter V-8 engine that made 170 horsepower and 255 foot-pounds of torque was also available.