The official unveiling of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is less than a month away and the company has acknowledged that fact by releasing new details about the upcoming sports car.

First and foremost, the 2016 Camaro will come with a new Drive Mode Selector that has a variety of different setting including Snow/Ice, Tour and Sport.  SS variants go one step further with a Track mode that promises to provide track-optimized settings for the throttle, steering and stability control system.

The Camaro SS will also be offered with an optional Magnetic Ride Control system which has active dampers with Tour, Sport and Track modes.  The model will also have a new dual-mode exhaust system with electronically controlled valves that can "bypass the mufflers under spirited acceleration, delivering improved performance and greater sound levels."  

As fate would have it, our spies also snapped new photos of the Camaro this weekend.  They show entry-level variants will have a unique front fascia with three ribs in the lower air intake.  The budget-friendly model also has smaller five-spoke alloy wheels and a dual exhaust system.

Moving up to the SS will reward buyers with a sportier exterior that boasts a rear spoiler and mesh grille inserts.  The car also has larger wheels and a four-tailpipe sports exhaust system.