Chevrolet Camaro Z28
For 1884, the dashboard features became smaller and sharper because of complaints about the design quality and look. In the Berlinetta, the standard instrument cluster was replaced with 'Stae and pod-mounted controls for turn signals, cruise-control, HVAC, windshield wiper, and headlights. The radio was mounted inside a pod on the console, which could swivel toward the driver or passenger.
Drivetrain changes included the discontinuation of the LU5 305 Cross Fire V8, and the addition of a hydraulic clutch linkage on manual transmission cars. The L69 H.O. Z28 became available with an automatic transmission for the first time.
The Z28's body and features remained mostly unchanged, except the fiberglass SMC hood was discontinued, replaced with a steel version.
Source: Wikipedia, 2011