Chevrolet Camaro changed the costume

Chevrolet's legendary Coupe & Cabriolet sport model from GM of Detroit's three GMs has been replaced by the Camaro. Significant innovations with the revamped Camaro include the Turbo 1LE model, which features a 2-liter turbocharged power option, and the 10-speed automatic transmission that was introduced in the SS model.



The exterior design was designed in the 70s, 80s, 90s and even early 2000s in forms that are not tied to the original model.



The new Camaro is a GM Alpha platform (front-engine-rear-drive) with a 70 percent specificity in the sixth generation, the most recent of which is anticipated in 2015. It differs from the predecessor by a larger group of rear headlights,



In addition to the LS, LT, RS, SS and ZL1 models, the 1LED performance package allows the new Camaro to be used in a wide range of fans, Offering 275 horsepower and a maximum torque of 400 Nm with overfeeding in a 2-liter capacity, the new Turbo 1LE version has the potential to break down its own sales records, especially in European markets and even in our country as a 'gray market' with special import channels.



New features such as 'Chevrolet Infotainment 3' in-car infotainment system, rear view camera reflected in interior rear view mirror and front crash warning in the renewed Camaro are offered as standard on the above equipment.

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