Chevrolet Camaro

Chevrolet is forced to aim extremely high with the new Camaro due to the competition that is coming out of the Ford and Dodge factories. With the development of the new Camaro likely pushed forward by the arrival of Ford’s sixth-generation Mustang that was showcased in late 2013, Chevrolet has finally dropped the new Camaro in out laps to show off its many improvements both inside and out. Base MSRP $25,000


Each detail and panel of the new Camaro has been redesigned, although not drastically. First of all, the new Camaro is slightly smaller than it’s predecessor, meaning it has a shorter wheelbase and an inch shorter in height. In terms of the new styling, it remains easily recognizable to be a Chevrolet Camaro from just a glance. New headlights feature a new LED pattern that circles beneath the main beam light bulb and merge into the turn signals. The mesh for the front grille has also been restyled. Two additional vents hiding horizontal DRLs sit beside the SS’ grille, while the other Camaro models use vertical LED strips. At the rear end, new modifications include new taillights and a newly sculpted bumper, as well as the Camaro sporting a quad-tipped exhaust


Just as the exterior was redesigned, the interior received a full makeover as well while still remaining recognizable to Camaro enthusiasts. Customers now have an option to replace the classic instrument panel with chrome surrounds and analog gauges with an eight-inch, configurable HD touchscreen. This touchscreen displays information such as navigation info, performance specs, and infotainment features. A second eight-inch screen sits in the center of the dashboard, which serves as the interface for the MyLink system. Heating and cooling controls are integrated into the rings surrounding the air ducts, adding some futuristic feel to the interior.


A first for Camaro history, Chevrolet is offering the Camaro with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine in order to compete with Ford’s 2.3-liter EcoBoost Mustang. It pushes out 275 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque, which Chevrolet claims will get it to 60 mph in less than six seconds. The top-of-the-line Camaro SS receives the Corvette’s 6.2-liter V8, cranking out 455 horsepower and 455 lb-ft of torque. Reaching 60 mph will take less than five seconds.


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