Ever since the showing of the so-called ‘muscle’ cars, three vehicles have lead the segment. Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger are again on the road as 2014 and 2015 year models, while Chevrolet is preparing Camaro for 2016. Many enthusiasts can’t wait for its appearance, and we are sure that 2016 Chevy Camaro will make large impact. Its design and new engine options should be ready to takeover leading position among muscle cars, at least for some time, until other companies respond with new models.
2016 Chevy Camaro redesign
Still far away from its debut, we can only imagine how 2016 Chevy Camaro will look like. From what we heard from inside the company, exterior styling will be inspired with latest Corvette C7. However, Camaro won’t be the same, just some details could be used as a idea of exterior design. Then, 2016 Camaro will certainly use some of the latest designs solutions from Chevrolet. That means we could have grille divided into a slim upper opening. Also, lower intake is larger which should bring great impression at first sight. Hindquarters with wheels pumped outwards will make another statement from 2016 Chevrolet Camaro.
2016 Chevy Camaro interior
As always, muscle cars pay a lot of attention to its interior. For 2016 Chevy Camaro, next legendary vehicle, cabin styling should be both modern and classic. So, there is always need for improvements. What is stated as major lack is visibility with its turret-like glasshouse and thick windscreen pillars. What could be also changed in 2016 Camaro are accents and details, as well as material used for upholstery. It is possible that Camaro will borrow interior, driver-centric styling, from GM’s Cadillac.
2016 Chevy Camaro engine
Engine range for the 2016 Chevy Camaro is still unknown. We can guess what could be under the hood or predict from information we have. Some low-cost variants will be probably powered with 3.6-l V6 engines, or V8 on advanced levels. Muscle cars are known for their beasts under the hoods, so 2016 Chevy Camaro will get one. It will probably be LT1 6.2-liter twin-turbo V8, similar to the drivetrain in Corvette C7, but slightly modificated. We do not expect monster form 2014 Camaro Z/28 to return for 2016 year model