2016 Chevrolet Camaro: Release Date, Price and Features Revealed, Production Shifts from Oshawa to Lansing, More Details

The Chevrolet Camaro recently came back to the Z28 model and the fifth generation of Camaros that were made in 2010-2015 has quite a name to hold forward. The sixth generation of the Camaros will begin with the 2016 version and right now we are only getting glimpses of them before any formal or official announcement is made.

Besides some video footage, this is what is currently known about the Camaro Z28 in terms of specs, review and price.  The Car Specs YouTube site on the Z28 Camaro reports that there hasn’t been much information yet about the Camaro’s engine.

However, looking at the Z28 Camaro 2015 edition, which sported a V8 7.0 liter to produce 505 horsepower, with 470 lb-feet of torque, Chevrolet will probably decide to improve the drivetrain in the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro. Most improvements of the 2016 model will be in the exterior. Reports suggest that it will have the same bodyline which made Chevy Camaro a household name.

However, the car will be lighter as it has a smaller body than that of its predecessor.  With the car getting smaller, we can safely assume that this will make it faster. At the same time, there will be a spoiler on the back that will help increase the car’s performance. However, there isn’t much information available on the interior of the upcoming 2016 Chevrolet Camaro.

If you consider the Camaros in the past, you can definitely count on elegance and sleekness on the dashboard or the seats. Right now, the exterior is being described as both angrier and leaner than the 2015 Camaro.

The shorter wheelbase and the headlamps, which are deeply recessed in split upper grill, will form a part of its sleeker roofline. Reports suggest that the headlamps look a bit similar to that of the 2015 Mustang.

However, when you say it that way, it doesn’t really feel right as the Mustang is an arch enemy of the Camaro with a rivalry that has existed for decades. The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro currently underpins GM’s compact-mid size, rear wheel, front engine and four wheel drives.

Considering the platform basics, it includes MacPhearson struts on the front, application of high tensile steel and aluminum, a 5 link independent rear and a focus on reducing the weight. The car is most possibly under development and there isn’t much information available on it yet.Besides the Dodge Challenger and the Ford Mustang, the Chevrolet Camaro will remain one of the most recognized American Muscle cars.