The 3.6-liter V6 is brand new, puts out 335 horsepower and 284 pound-feet of torque, sounds great, and will get you to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds with the auto (manual adds .1 seconds to that figure)
The chassis started out as a Cadillac ATS, but then Chevy stripped that to the point where the 2016 Camaro is 70% brand new. With a shortened wheelbase and height (less metal), and extensive use of aluminum, our model weighed in at 3,435 pounds, 294 less than its predecessor.
The dual-mode exhaust changes the car's tune from a low buzz to a rumble, then a growl. It's addicting.
The quick ratio electric power steering system is way more connected, something Chevy engineers sought with the double-pivot design of the MacPherson front suspension. Behavior can be adjusted via a driving mode selector in the center console.
While not perfect, the interior is one of the biggest improvements in the gen 6. Better materials, better fit and finish, but still retaining the muscle car charm.
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