Next-Generation Chevrolet Camaro Will Go Turbo

2013 Chevrolet Camaro 1LE High Resolution Exterior
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We already knew that Chevrolet will unveil the sixth-generation Camaro in 2016 and that it will feature a series of significant improvements. First of all, the car will move from the current Zeta platform to General Motor’s new Alpha platform. This platform change will make the next Camaro lighter, smaller, more aerodynamic efficient and, ultimately, even more fun to drive.

Under the hood things will also undergo significant changes, as sources are pointing toward a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder make its Camaro debut in the sixth-generation. Don’t start revolting just yet, as we’re sure this 4-banger will have loads of pop and rest assured that a 300-plus-horsepower V-6 and a next-gen V-8 will also be available. Unfortunately, there is no info on the V-6 and V-8 engines yet, so we’ll have to hold out for that.

The next Camaro is still a few years away, so in the next few months we expect to get more details on it. Stay tuned!


Source: GM Authority

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  (349) posted on 12.10.2012

I would like to see a styling similar to the way Dodge designed the Challenger

  (346) posted on 12.10.2012

I think that even my grandfather would not buy a car free of technology. today everyone wants more and more impressive technology

  (397) posted on 12.10.2012

there is no reason why Camaro shouldn’t have a great style, top performance, and latest technology.

  (346) posted on 12.10.2012

Camaro shouldn’t be as retro and instead be as modern as possible

  (349) posted on 12.10.2012

One way to make a camaro even worth buying is stop making it ugly

  (341) posted on 12.10.2012

Needs to be lighter, smaller but not too small, and better visibility. I think next generation

  (377) posted on 12.10.2012

Camaro sells the best, ut Challenger looks the best and about Mustang, it performs the best. my point

  (119) posted on 12.4.2012

A turbocharger on a camaro sounds kinda weird. Why not supercharge it? A supercharger would better match the camaro.

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