The 6th generation of new Camaro will come with slightly changes in design. Main differences will be under its skin. Under the hood of the new 2016 Chevy Camaro will be base V-6 engine with two optional engines: V-8 and 4-inline. With these offerings drivers will be able to chosethe 2016 Camaro with more power or better fuel efficiency.
New Camaro redesign
Unlike the 6th generation Chevrolet Camaro rendering we took a look at a couple of weeks back, this 2016 Chevy Camaro looks quite a bit like the current Camaro that is readily available in car dealerships around the country. The greenhouse area seems relatively similar to the 5th gen Camaro and this baby blue muscle automobile even wears the vented hood of the 2014 Camaro SS to help feed exactly what will likely be the same LT1 V8 as is discovered in the 2014 Corvette Stingray. The upper grille and headlight location resembles the design seen on the most recent Bumblebee Camaro for the motion picture Transformers 4 with high tech looking LED trim underlining a thin headlight setup that flow into the thin grille opening that links the two light housings. The lower grille location is much more sculpted and truthfully, I might see this part making it to the new Camaro but the remainder of the front end– including the fender shape and windscreen lines – appear like functions that might see manufacturing.
2016 Chevy Camaro specs
Along the side, this 2016 Chevrolet Camaro rendering has a shape that resembles the 2014 Camaro with an accentuated rear quarter panel sporting a set of slotted vents at the front edge of the wheel opening. This artwork contains an extra dose of sculpting in the lower door area and if you look thoroughly, you can see that the door “jumps” up towards the rear edge of the door glass. I wouldn’t expect that non-traditional door leading line to make it into production however I might certainly see the flared quarter panels and a more bold shaped side on the new Camaro. This artwork also has some great looking wheels over exactly what looks to be carbon ceramic brakes – both which could be a feature of the next generation Camaro Z/28.
New Chevy Camaro engine
Under the hood, we wonder if Chevrolet will offer a competitor to Ford’s 2.3 L EcoBoost turbo-four? Already Cadillac is making use of a 272-horse 2.0 L turbo-four that propels the ATS to 60 mph in 5.7 seconds, so why not? The 323-horse 3.6 L V6 could be the mid-range engine at launch, however there is a new V6 around the corner to change it. As for the V8, there’s the magnificent 6.2 L pushrod LT1, which initially debuted in the 2014 Corvette Stingray. Transmissions are prepared for to be a seven-speed manual and an eight-speed automatic transmission.
2016 Chevy Camaro release date and price
The new Camaro will debut sometime in 2015 and go on sale later the exact same year as a 2016 model. A convertible will likely follow a bit later, however there will certainly be a convertible. Don’t anticipate the starting sticker label to stray too far from today’s $24,550 base price. Camaro pricing will certainly have to line up relatively well with Ford’s rates for the new Mustang, after all.