2016 Chevy Camaro | Scottsboro AL
You may have noticed that we’ve been sitting a little high in the saddle lately. We have that newlywed glow at Harbin Auto, only we haven’t gotten married or anything remotely close to it. No, we just finally got all the details regarding the 2016 Chevy Camaro reveal, and it’s got us high-stepping on cloud nine all the live-long day. It’s a good time to be at Harbin Auto. Here are a few reasons why:
The Camaro offers all-new powertrains. Just last week, we were still waiting to roll out all of the new additions to the 2016 Chevy Camaro. And now, we know them! It all starts under the hood, where the Camaro offers a 3.6L V6 that is now paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission and standard Active Fuel Management. Also available are two options that will have Alabama drivers salivating: a 2.0L Turbo that looks to capitalize on the Camaro’s lightweight build, and a 6.2L LT1 V8 that is rumored to offer the highest SS horsepower in the entire history of the model.
Energetic styling. While we only received a silhouette to enjoy before the unveiling, the new images show the 2016 Chevy Camaro in all its splendor. It sits lower and is slimmer than the outgoing generation, which adds to the overall athleticism of its profile. The grille and fenders are more sculpted, while the all-new hood adds a ridged appeal. And, since the Camaro spent roughly 350 hours experiencing wind-tunnel testing, the styling is more than just aesthetically pleasing; it acts the part on the road or track as well.
Terrific new tech. You know what’s great? When a model can seamlessly blend its technology and performance so that one element serves the other. That’s the story inside the 2016 Chevy Camaro, where the new Sport, Tour and Ice/Snow driving modes allow drivers to manage settings such as stiffness, throttle and steering on the fly. The Camaro also adds performance technology to help monitor days at the track, while the built-in 4G LTE WiFi hotspot keeps driver and passengers connected as never before.
New, lightweight construction. Perhaps the most telling element of the Camaro’s engineering is that Chevrolet wanted to maximize performance while eliminating curb weight, which is reflected in the 200-pound load-lightening that the Camaro now enjoys. How did they do it? By using lightweight aluminum in its wheel options, suspension components and frame, the weight came off in a hurry. Additionally, the new small-block powertrain of the SS keeps things agile as well.
All told, this looks to be the brightest example of the Camaro’s evolution in decades. To learn more about the 2016 Chevy Camaro ahead of its debut in summer of 2015 or to schedule a test drive, visit Harbin Automotive today!