Chevrolet has released yet another teaser for the 2016 Camaro, this time showing the wheels and brakes.

Chevrolet has released yet another teaser for the 2016 Camaro, this time showing the wheels and brakes.

The latest episode is Chevrolet’s rather lengthy teasing campaign for the next generation Camaro not only shows the wheels (with Goodyear Eagle F1 tires) and Brembo brakes, but also informs us the engineering team spent nine million hours of computational time during the model’s development and they were able to boost structural stiffness by 28%.

From previous teasers we found out the Camaro 6 will lose more than 200 lbs (90.7 kg) compared to the outgoing model and 70% of all the components are brand new. Moreover, 20% of the components used for the 6.2-liter V8 engine are new in order to match the car's more efficient packaging and the motor has gained tubular "tri-Y"-style exhaust manifolds. The upcoming Camaro will ride on the Alpha platform and will benefit from aluminum front & rear suspension which is 21% lighter than before.

Chevrolet will unveil the sixth generation Camaro on May 16 during a special event organized at Detroit’s Belle Isle Park.

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