- Chevrolet Camaro specifications
The origin of Chevrolet Camaro dates back to 1960s and since then, the conception of the model has hardly changed. Carrying all the classic Camaro qualities and the exterior look, today's Chevrolet Camaro has, yet developed into a more modern and efficient one suitable for everyday rides.
The latest Chevrolet Camaro model is a convertible or a two-door coupe that is available in five gorgeous trimming options. These are high-performance SS, midgrade LT, base LS, hyper-performance ZL1 and Z/28. Each model boasts of certain advantageous features. Each of them guarantees an alert performance on the road, as well as a malleable ride (except the Z/28, which features a remarkably firm ride). The powers of engines differ from model to model: the LT and LS Camaros feature 3.6-liter V6 engines that release 278 lb-ft and 323 hp with a 6-speed auto transmission whilst the SS model is "armed" with a strong 6.2-liter V8 engine. The latter is matched to six-speed either manual (produces 420 lb-ft of torque and 426 hp) or automatic (produces 410 lb-ft of torque and 400 hp) transmission. The Z/28 features a 7.0-liter V8 engine that releases 505 hp and is matched with a six-speed manual transmission. Meanwhile, the ZL1 Camaro, which is three hundred pounds heavier than the model mentioned above is enriched with a 6.2-liter V8 engine for a remarkable 556 lb-ft and 580 hp. Overall, Chevrolet Camaro can boast of prompt response to a driver.