Most importantly, its all the more effective. The section level 2.0-liter turbo four puts out 275 drive and 295 lb-ft of torque. The all-new 3.6-liter V6 puts out 335 HP and 284 lb-ft of torque. (Yes, the turbo four has more torque than the V6. What an age we live in.)
In any case, the genuine superstar, obviously, is the Corvette Stingray-sourced LT1 6.2-liter V8, now with 455 strength and 455 pound-feet of torque. It’s the most intense Camaro SS ever.
2016 Chevrolet Camaro Performance
No zero to 60 times have been discharged yet, but to say that the turbo four will do zero to 60 mph in under six seconds. Considering the Mustang EcoBoost does it in the mid-fives, that is most likely a progressive assessment.
Likewise: it looks a whale of a ton preferred inside over it used to. Look at the new guiding wheel, the presentations, the control rings around the air vents, the showcases, the seats, and the rigging shifter. They might not have chipped away at perceivability much, but rather its a more pleasant spot to invest energy.
Different highlights incorporate weight misfortunes surpassing 200 pounds because of the new Alpha stage and liberal utilization of aluminum; standard Brembo brakes on the SS; a Drive Mode Selector like the Stingray and ATS-V have, which let you redo its conduct on everything from the snow to the track; a more air motion facilitating configuration; discretionary Magnetic Ride on the SS; and an accessible eight-velocity programmed, if moving yourself isn’t your sack.
It would seem that this auto takes the considerable execution tech we’ve seen on the Stingray, active Camaro ZL1, and new Cadillac V-arrangement models and applies them to the more reasonable Camaro. While the configuration may not be anything radical, whatever is left of it is.