The sixth generation of Camaro has significant upgrades on speed, weight and engine power. Bagging this year's Motor Trend's Car of the Year, the 2016 Chevy Camaro proved that it is the best among the latest cars.
The new generation of Chevy is powered with Alpha build, which improves handling, reduces chassis flex and eliminates body grunts and groan. These additions give the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro the edge against other cars such as MW 7-Series, Audi TT, Mercedes-AMG GTS and the Honda Civic.
In fact, Motor Trend editor-in-chief Edward Loh said Chevrolet Camaro "is one of the finest driving vehicles in the world at any price." The web magazine awarded the latest Chevy Camaro as their 2016 Car of the Year, which they are doing in the last 60 years.
According to Motor Trend writer and judges, the Chevrolet Camaro has new and exciting features that bested other finalists. They cited the car's "335-horsepower, 284-lb-ft of torque, 3.6-liter V-6 and GM's new eight-speed automatic transmission."
The car enthusiasts were also impressed with the Camaro's cutting-edge design. The car has classic undertones despite its modern design.
One of the judges said the design of the new Camaro has major changes in the C-pillar and quarter window. It also has improvements from wheel to body, gesture and overall graphics. Some judges described the car as powerful, sexy and practical.
Also, there are major makeovers in the car's interior. The drivers have the choice between instrument board with chrome encompasses and gages, or a simple eight-inch configurable HD touch screen. The state-of-the-art touch screen can show all kinds of data to the driver such as route information and interface to the MyLink framework.
Furthermore, the Chevrolet does not sacrifice its safety and efficiency features over the car's elegant form. The car gives its driver a comfortable ride and can be best used for road trips.
For the price of 2016 Chevy Camaro, it ranges from $27,000 to $37,000 depending on the horsepower. The sixth generation Camaro 1LT with a 4-cylinder turbo and 6-speed manual will start at $25,700.
It is expected to be released in early 2016 as a competitor for the latest Mustang, and will find its way to Chevy showrooms during the month of November.