The previous Camaro SS 1LE was one of our favorite Camaro variants. Now the performance package is coming to the one with two fewer cylinders. That means you can have a 1LE V6 with 335 horsepower and a stick. Still can’t decide which performance muscle car to buy? Well, Chevrolet just made that choice harder.
Speed. Power. Noise. Ice. And a near complete and total lack of visibility. This is why the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS is both the best and the worst car for driving in a blizzard. And I wouldn’t have it any other way.
[They say that fortune favors the bold. Stay safe out there, friends. Photo credit: Raphael Orlove/Jalopnik]
Sometimes we have great ideas, and sometimes, we have great ideas. There’s a monstrous blizzard bearing down on the East Coast, so in preparation, we just snagged a brand-new 2016 Chevy Camaro SS sitting on Pirelli Sottozero winter tires. We are officially beautiful nutjobs.
Robert “Evel” Knievel died in 2007, but every time you watch a stuntman slay tires or send jumps you’re looking at his legacy. We traveled across the country in a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro to find out what the man really like and attempt to best his most epic failure. By jumping the snake river canyon.
Automotive photog Dave Burnett AKA “Puppyknuckles” drove a ‘16 Camaro from Bozeman to Seattle, just like we did. He had extra 100 horsepower or so, but damn if he didn’t make that thing look good sitting still.
I know what you’re thinking. “V8 Camaro or bust.” I too, love the soundtrack of a small-block V8 pushing power to the rear tires, as god intended. But the V6 does impressive audio too. My colleague Andrew Collins mentioned how the exhaust is his second-favorite thing on the new 2016 Camaro, I’m here to prove his…
Everyone wants to talk about the 2016 Chevy Camaro SS. This makes sense. It’s the one with the V8. But after a 1,000 mile road trip across the west, I can tell you the smart money’s on the unofficial “Working Man’s Edition;” the 1LT V6. Cloth seats, stick shift, 335 horsepower of essential Camaro for the enthusiast…
Are you ballin’ on a budget? Looking for a new ride? Consider checking out the new budget 2016 Chevrolet Camaro - you can get it on the low low. The V8’s more expensive, naturally.
My drive of a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro prototype was all-too brief because I crashed it into a wall (oops!) and got kicked out of the event, but I think I can tell you a little bit. But first, let us pause for reflection. After all, it’s not every day a new Camaro comes out. The nameplate’s nearly 50 years old and this…
The story I’m about to tell you isn’t the story I wanted to tell you. It’s about the 2016 Camaro, but it’s not the story most other journalists got. That’s because during Sunday’s press drive at Belle Isle State Park in Detroit, I crashed a Camaro mule on the track and put it out of commission.
After the spy shots, renders, CNBC leaks and crappy cell phone pics, here is the 2016 Camaro, in all its glory. And it’s even better than yesterday’s leaked memo would have you believe.
With a crowd of hundreds of Camaro owners looking on in eager anticipation, Chevrolet just pulled the wraps off the all-new 2016 Camaro at an event at Belle Isle Park in Detroit. Were you underwhelmed by the grainy screencaps from its inadvertent debut on CNBC yesterday? It looks better in real life.
Thanks to CNBC, we know what the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro looks like a day early, and thanks to one intrepid insider, we have some of the car’s engine specs before anyone else. We also have GM’s internal talking points, which answer more questions and reveal certain issues they’re clearly concerned about addressing.
Well, the cat’s out of the bag with the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro. At least from the pics we’ve seen so far, the looks are surprisingly subtle, but where does it stand in terms of performance? According to a reliable inside source, the new Camaro gets a new and more powerful V8, a revised V6 and for the first time ever, a…
I was wondering why the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro hadn’t leaked yet, but here we go. Looks like the car made its debut on CNBC just now, maybe intentionally, maybe not.
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