Do you like the sixth-generation Camaro? Have you always thought it could use a few more electrons in its powertrain? Probably not, but it’s good news anyway, we promise. GM is working with 16 colleges to help design a more environmentally-conscious Camaro, and one university’s plug-in hybrid system is looking highly…
If taking your new car out for a track day and risking a parts failure is too much of a headache for your wallet, ease up if it happens to be a V8 Chevrolet Camaro. That’s right—you can succumb to the temptation of the race track or drag strip, and parts failures will more than likely fall under warranty.
“Stop trying to make Pontiac happen,” I said to no one in particular at the New York Auto Show last week as I stood in front of the Trans Am SE Bandit Edition booth. “It’s not going to happen.” Then I learned that these garish last-generation Chevrolet Camaro conversions were signed off on, literally, by Burt Reynolds…
Sebring International Raceway’s Chateau Élan Hotel and Conference Center features sweeping views of the circuit itself, a lively bar right next to the action, and a parking lot to bust in to A-Team-style when you lose your brakes at the hairpin. We’re glad this Camaro driver knew where the track access road went.
Getting 500 horsepower sounds simple: just stick a cheapo Chinese-made turbocharger on your equally-cheapo Chevy V8. But the actual process is a bit more involved.
The Chevrolet Camaro is no longer a car for mullet-totin’ hillbillies, it’s a force in modern engineering. What do you need to know before you buy a Chevrolet Camaro? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Welcome to Paper Jam, the feature where we highlight the best automotive advertisements from the past! Print might be nearly dead, but our scanners are just getting warmed up.
The formula sounds simple: buy some old $800 Craigslist special and stuff an omnipresent LS in it. This is what every Internet car nerd recommends if you want cheap speed, and this is how this kind of budget build actually plays out, fuckups included.
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.
This might just be the best deal in the automotive world right now: a verified 200 mph car selling for just $60k. And of course it’s on Craigslist.
It might look like any other IROC-Z, but it doesn’t drive like one.
The new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro with the V6 might look like a very steady continuation of the whole Camaro theme. But that’s just the looks. The sound is something different.
The snow was flying towards the windshield with such fury that we appeared to be traveling at warp speed through a tunnel of stars. Our Camaro’s dashboard was aglow with sci-fi accent lighting and LCD screens; a wealth of data was laid out before me, but I’d mainly been paying attention to the temperature readout…
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…
[If anyone has understood that Friday feeling, it was GM in the ‘80s. Aw yeah. Photo: Chevy]