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New Camaro Lives up to Hype

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Months of Teasing End in Big Reveal

The Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix track was the site for the reveal of the completely redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Camaro. After months of teasing Camaro enthusiasts on the Chevrolet website with glimpses of specific parts and the sounds the new Camaro will make, a huge crowd gathered in the middle of May to see what all the hub bub was about. The result was a vehicle that is 200 to 300 pounds lighter than last year’s model, depending on configuration. Built on the General Motors Alpha Platform that it shares with the Cadillac ATS and CTS, the new Camaro utilizes many parts that are unique to the new Chevy.

Throaty? Exotic? Thunderous? You Describe the Roar

Each owner will undoubtedly have their own description of the sound the dual mode exhaust makes when they tramp down on the V6 accelerator, but suffice it to say it is much more sophisticated than the other vehicles in the Pony car wars. Feel the power unleash as you edge past the redline of 6,500 RPM. It’s an experience that grips your soul through the specially designed sport bucket seats that embrace your body in a loving hug.

Interior a Big Step Up

One of the problems with releasing a totally new redesigned vehicle is that buyers of the final previous model year will be disappointed. That’s certainly a possibility with the new Chevrolet Camaro. With an active noise cancellation system, you can decide whether you want to be in sports car mode and hear the rumble, or enjoy some concert quality sound on your way to work. More details on the interior will be released before the new Camaro appears in the Freeway Chevrolet showroom in the Fall of this year.

Comes with Three Engine Choices

Although the 2.0-liter Turbo will provide plenty of power to have fun on those daily commutes, if you really want to unleash the horses you might consider with the 3.6-liter V6 or the 6.2 LT1 V8. The latter engine will only be available on the SS model, producing 455 horsepower and 455 foot-pounds of torque. When designing the new Camaro, Chevrolet focused on performance, technology and design. Along with lightening the load and producing more horsepower, Chevy introduces magnetic ride control suspension on the SS for the first time ever. Take the new Chevrolet Camaro through its paces by visiting Freeway Chevrolet later this Fall for a test drive.

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