The camaro is basically unchanged except for the steering wheel.
Well thats wrong. For one the 2012 v6 makes 11 more horsepower & cuts about 20 lbs from engine weight. 2012 Camaro V6 gets some handling adjustments too with front and rear shocks and new thicker sway bars. A rear spoiler is now standard on all Camaros as are taillight treatments from the RS Package. The interior updates include a revised instrument panel appearance, with new instrument graphics and trim, as well as a new steering wheel design and a power lift feature for the front passenger seat. The steering wheel features a fresh new look and ergonomic improvements intended to support performance driving.
Also new is a Rear Vision Package, which adds a rearview camera system and an auto-dimming mirror to the existing Rear Park a.ssist feature. The rearview camera system complements the rear parking a.ssist by providing a video display of the area behind the car, with the video image appearing in the car’s inside rearview mirror.
Save your money and get the V8. You don't want to become another person I know that looks at their car and says "damn I should have gotten the 8". On top of that there are greater amount performance mods, exterior mods etc. for the V8's than there are for the V6.