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.
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.
After personally helping reunite Papa John Schnatter with his long-lost Camaro Z28 I’m a little pissed to find out that someone at the Woodward Dream Cruise freakin’ stole the car. Police are looking for it and all Jalopnik readers should be on alert for a black-and-gold Z28 that smells conspicuously like garlic sauce.
Dirk Vanzuuk is a road racer, Mad Max devotee, and the proud owner of a gorgeous ‘69 Camaro. A cancer diagnoses threatened to black-flag Dirk for good. But the man, the machine, and the movie all came together to hurtle Dirk down what we can only describe as the Fury Road to Recovery.
Questions, existential questions have been swirling through my mind in recent days. Mostly because I’ve been sick and I’ve been taking a lot (I mean a lot) of NyQuil, but also, ALSO, because the 2016 Chevy Camaro is almost upon us. Mainly, I’ve been wondering if it has a butt. And the answer today is, it does!!!!
I like to think of myself as a connoisseur of cars in their most rotten, terrible forms. There are many kinds of bad cars, and I would like to explain one certain kind and its hard-to-capture charms.
I was resolute in my obstinance. The Chevy Camaro was old, archaic, primitive, and atrocious. I would hate it with all my being. It would not change me. I would change it. I would resist. But I was wrong. So, so very wrong. Because now I am in love, and l'amour, thy name is Camaro.
GM just recalled every single current-generation Camaro – that's 511,528 of them – because of an extremely similar problem to the one that has already killed more than a dozen people in Chevy Cobalts and other small cars.
As cheap and as common F-Body Camaros are, why aren't there more of them in drifting?
Someone walking around what appears to be the Renaissance Center in Detroit captured photos of these interesting looking GM muscle cars that could different versions of the 2016 Chevy Camaro or something else altogether. UPDATE: For RealityTV.
American iconography is simple. A few fields of grain, a flag, maybe a bald eagle. How about a Camaro? Sure. And a pickup truck? Why not. And French alpine skier Jean-Claude Killy? I'm not so sure about that last one.
Today is National Donut Day and, while some may still care about Cronuts, we're more interested in the smoky variety. Enjoy this Camaro driver lighting the rears up.
Remember the Ice Monster Camaro that could whupp a BMW M3 around a snowbound drift course? It turns out the Swedish 'Maro can shred dirt, too.
That black car is Mr. Vengeance's 1967 Camaro. It took seven years to build, with all of the blood, sweat, and tears you'd imagine. It's famous around the web. It also looks exactly like the "new" Bumblebee from Transformers 4.
Despite building what is unquestionably the ugliest C7 Corvette Stingray in the world, Transformers 4 successfully made a pretty-looking Bumblebee out of a 1967 Camaro.
Take one hugely powerful ice racing Camaro. Line it up against a classic E30 M3. Put them on a snow-covered dirt track. Who's faster?
There's something so very right about big American V8 racecars competing in Europe.
Leslie Richard Newton was pulled over in Florida last night for driving his grey Camaro with a traffic sign in his head. Yes, embedded in his head.
Leave it to the Swedes to show how well a couple of big muscle American cars can go drifting.