2018 ss camaro weight

2018 ss camaro weight DEFAULT

Front Suspension:

MacPherson-type strut with dual lower ball joints, twin-tube struts and direct-acting stabilizer bar; avail. monotube Magnetic Ride Control

Rear Suspension:

Independent five-link with twin-tube shocks and direct-acting stabilizer bar; avail. monotube Magnetic Ride Control

Steering Type:

ZF rack-mounted electric, power-assisted and variable ratio rack-and-pinion

Turning Circle
(ft. / m):

/

Brake Type:

Four-wheel disc with four-channel ABS

Brake Rotor Size (in / mm):

Front: / vented with four-piston fixed calipers
Rear: / vented with four-piston fixed calipers

Wheel Size:

SS: in. x in. aluminum (front)
SS: in. x in. aluminum (rear)
1LE: in. x in. aluminum (front)
1LE: in. x in. aluminum (rear)

Tire Size:

SS: P/40R20 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 summer-only run-flat
SS: P/35R20 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 summer-only run-flat
1LE: P/30R20 Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar summer-only
1LE: P/30R20 Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar summer-only

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Chevrolet

Chevrolet first decided to try its hand at muscle cars in with the formidable Camaro. In , the Camaro comes in different personalities, from the basic LS to the brutish ZL1. The Camaro comes standard with a turbocharged, L four-cylinder engine, but for power enthusiasts there’s the ZL1 that inherits a supercharged, L LT4 V8 that pumps out horsepower. Between these two extremes, there’s a horsepower V6 and a horsepower V8.

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Chevrolet Camaro

Pricing
MSRPCA$43,
FeesCA$1,
Gas guzzler taxCA$0
Monthly paymentsCA$/month
Powertrain
Engine l V8
Power hp @ 6, rpm ( kW)
Torque lb·ft @ 4, rpm ( N·m)
InductionAtmospheric
Fuel typeRegular, Premium
Transmission6-speed manual
DrivetrainN/A
Vehicle type / Category
Vehicle typeCoupe
CategorySports Car under $50,
AssemblyLansing, MI, US
Generation6
Fuel efficiency / Autonomy
City L/km
Highway L/km
Combined L/km
AutonomyN/A
CO₂ emissions g/km
Equipment
Sunroofoptional
Head-up displayoptional
Smart keystandard
Remote engine startoptional
Infotainment
Auxiliary audio inputstandard
Apple CarPlay compatiblestandard
Android Auto compatiblestandard
Bluetooth audiostandard
Steering / Suspension / Brakes / Tires
SteeringN/A
Front suspensionN/A
Rear suspensionN/A
Front brakesDisc (ABS)
Rear brakesDisc (ABS)
Front tiresP/40ZR20
Rear tiresP/35ZR20
Safety
Seat belts4
Dimensions / Weight
Length4, mm (″)
Width1, mm (75″)
Height1, mm (53″)
Wheelbase2, mm (″)
Front track1, mm (63″)
Rear track1, mm (63″)
Weight1, kg (3, lb)
Capacities
Passengers4
Trunk l (9 cu ft)
Fuel tankN/A
Towing capacityN/A
Performance
Power to weight ratio W/kg
km/h s (estimated)
km/hN/A
Top speed km/h ( mph) (manufacturer)
Braking distance36 m
Warranty
Base warranty3 years/60, km
Powertrain warranty5 years/, km
The Car Guide rating
Fuel economy5/10
Reliability6/10
Safety7/10
Infotainment7/10
Driving9/10
Overall8/10
Average 79%(view ratings)
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2SS 2dr Coupe
Chevrolet Camaro Specs

Interior
Front head room39 &#;
Front leg room &#;
Luggage capacity cu.ft.
Maximum cargo capacity cu.ft.
Standard seating4
Exterior
Length &#;
Body width &#;
Body height &#;
Wheelbase &#;
Curb3, lbs.
Fuel
Fuel tank capacity gal.
EPA mileage estimates16 City / 25 Hwy
Performance
Base engine size liters
Base engine typeV-8
Horsepower hp
Horsepower rpm6,
Torque lb-ft.
Torque rpm4,
Drive typerear-wheel
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Depreciation

Year 1$13,

Year 2$3,

Year 3$3,

Year 4$2,

Year 5$2,

Fees & Taxes

Year 1$2,

Year 2$

Year 3$

Year 4$

Year 5$

Fuel

Year 1$1,

Year 2$1,

Year 3$1,

Year 4$1,

Year 5$1,

Insurance

Year 1$1,

Year 2$1,

Year 3$1,

Year 4$1,

Year 5$1,

Interest

Year 1$1,

Year 2$1,

Year 3$

Year 4$

Year 5$

Maintenance

Year 1$0

Year 2$85

Year 3$

Year 4$

Year 5$3,

Opportunity

Year 1$44

Year 2$59

Year 3$75

Year 4$92

Year 5$

Repairs

Year 1$0

Year 2$0

Year 3$0

Year 4$

Year 5$1,

Total Cost to Own

Year 1$20,

Year 2$7,

Year 3$8,

Year 4$7,

Year 5$10,

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Chevrolet Camaro 2SS 2dr Cpe Features and Specs

Seats, Leather-trimmed front Sport bucket

Seat adjuster, driver, 8-way power

Seat adjuster, front passenger, 6-way power

Seats, heated driver and front passenger

Seats, ventilated driver and front passenger

Seat, rear, folding

Floor mats, carpeted front

Dead pedal, driver

Sill plates, illuminated

Steering wheel, heated

Steering wheel, leather-wrapped, flat-bottom

Steering column, manual rake and telescopic

Head-Up Display with color digital readouts for vehicle speed, selected gear, G-Force, audio system information, high-beam indicator, compass, outside air temperature, turn signals, tachometer, vehicle messages, Turn-by-Turn information and phone information

Speedometer, miles/kilometers

Driver Information Center, enhanced, 8" diagonal multi-color re-configurable display

Compass display

Air conditioning, dual-zone automatic climate control with individual climate settings for driver and dedicated passenger controls and outside temperature display

Power outlet, 1 located on center console

Wireless Charging for devices

Windows, power with driver and passenger Express-Down/Up

Door locks, power programmable with lockout protection

Keyless Open and Start includes 2 remote transmitters that enable automatic door unlock and open by touching door switch

Universal Home Remote includes garage door opener, 3-channel programmable

Cruise control, electronic with set and resume speed, steering wheel mounted

Mirror, inside rearview auto-dimming, frameless

Visors, driver and front passenger vanity mirrors, covered, illuminated

Trunk release, power

Theft-deterrent system, electrical, unauthorized entry

Defogger, rear-window, electric

Glovebox, lockable

Cup holders, 2 front

Lighting, front reading lamps

Lighting, interior spectrum 24 different color selections

Shift knob, leather-wrapped

Interior trim, aluminum accents on door trim and shifter cap

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Camaro 2018 weight ss

Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE vs. Ford Mustang GT Performance Pack

The never ending story: A new Mustang GT takes on the benchmark Camaro

It's like déjà vuall over again, again. Yes, dear Motor Trend readers, it's that special time of year when we trot out the latest pony cars from Detroit and figure out which one is best. For now. Because yes, we'll do it again. Soon, too.

We've been doing this particular head-to-head challenge for 50 years, and you loyal readers have never felt compelled to tell us to stop. The occasion for this particular comparison test is Ford's launch of the bigly refreshed Mustang. For the purposes of this story, we got our hands on the GT Performance Pack 1. Why not the recently announced P-Pack 2? Because Ford isn't releasing it until May. Representing Chevrolet's interests is the Camaro SS 1LE, unchanged since Both our tested cars came with a six-speed manual transmission, though the new Mustang is available with a speed automatic.

Let's first break down the carryover Camaro SS. The Chevy comes packing a stout liter pushrod V-8 that pumps out horsepower and lb-ft of torque. 1LE is Camaro code for a track-oriented option pack. All 1LE Camaros come with a black hood, black mirrors, blacked-out other bits, and a manual transmission. The SS 1LE gets Magnetic Ride Control, GM's trick eLSD rearend and five levels of Performance Traction Management (aka PTM), Brembo brakes, and sticky Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3 tires. It also has a dual-mode exhaust and coolers for oil, the differential, and the transmission. Our car came with the optional Recaro seats and Performance Data Recorder, a nifty built-in camera system to help you work on your lap times. All in, this red Chevy will set you back $46,, an $8, bump over the Camaro SS' base price of $37,

For the first time in history, a production Mustang displaces more than 5, cubic centimeters. The old Coyote V-8 displaced 4, cubes. Ford Performance changed out the cylinder liners, using the same plasma transferred wire arc process as the GT supercar. As such, the bore is now 93mm (up nearly a millimeter), and total displacement is 5,cc. Because the bore is larger, the valves can be (and are) larger. The cylinder heads are new, as are the camshafts, the crankshaft, and the rod bearings. This new engine also revs rpm higher to 7, rpm. The Coyote engine provides both port and direct injection, and because of the cooling effect of DI, the compression ratio is now a relatively lofty As you've probably guessed by now, power is up, going from to horsepower (5 hp more than Chevy). Torque also is up by 20 lb-ft to lb-ft (though 35 less than Chevy). The six-speed manual sports new gears, optimized for the engine's healthier output.

The Mustang also gets updated and—according to my Instagram followers—polarizing new sheetmetal. Ford's decision to take the Mustang global means that the car is subject to Europe's restrictive pedestrian safety regulations, which often have an adverse effect on design. That's the why the headlights are so tiny while the hood is so bulbous.

The coolest change to me is the big inch instrument panel. It's bright and readable, has different displays for different modes (the Track screen, specifically the way Ford made the tachometer look, is particularly good), and works well with the Mustang's pleasant innards. Sadly, like too many Ford screens these days, there's too much information displayed and/or something always prompting you to hit "OK."

Ticking the box for Performance Pack 1 adds such features as a big wing; black aluminum wheels; Michelin PS4 tires; Brembo brakes; a dual-mode exhaust; a strut tower brace; a K-brace; stiffer front springs; a thicker rear anti-roll bar; a larger radiator; a Torsen limited-slip differential; retuned electric steering assist, stability control, and ABS; and "unique chassis tuning." To even up things as much as possible, our test car had optional magnetic dampers, MagneRide in Ford-speak. Sadly, we asked for but didn't get the available Recaro sport seats. Total price: $49,, a $9, jump over the GT's base price. Does the Mustang feel $3, more special than the Camaro? No. However, the Ford's interior does look and feel about $2K nicer.

Before we get to the numbers, we should talk about each car's inherent pony car credentials. Meaning that yes, when you're sitting at the bar arguing with the jerk who owns the car you don't, mph is hella important. International bureau chief Angus MacKenzie calls that stuff "pub ammo." However, out on the street, numbers really don't matter all that much.

What does matter is what Jethro Bovingdon refers to as "cowboy science." Roughly speaking, cowboy science means noise, burnouts, and nonoptimized drag racing. As far as which car's V-8 barks better, the win goes to the Mustang. Both ponies have two-mode exhausts and eight pistons churning away on a crankshaft, but the higher-revving Ford makes much sweeter music. This is a notable improvement over the previous Mustang, which—let's be frank—didn't sound so hot. The Camaro's exhaust note isn't bad, but it's not noteworthy (pun intended). The part that upsets me is that in some more than tangential way, the Chevy's LT1 is related to the V-8 in the C7.R Corvettes. I've heard them run at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and they are the best-sounding machines at the race. Imagine if rolling thunder got angry. So, Chevy tuners, a little more like that, please.

As for burnouts, the orange Ford literally, figuratively, and ever other way smoked the Chevy. In a way, this is actually good news for the 1LE. Here's why: The Camaro can do about one, maybe two decent burnouts, and then the Goodyears get hot to the point where they "grip up," to steal a term from Randy Pobst. It's enough grip that lb-ft of twisting force has trouble breaking 'em loose. This is slightly surprising.

I used to tell anyone who would listen to me that the best production burnout machine on earth was either the Jaguar F-Type R (it was rear-drive for one year only—future classic!) or any Hellcat. Then I drove a Camaro ZL1 and melted six sets of rear tires. Not joking.

In my fairly elaborate burnout experience, no other car comes close to the lb-ft of torque and fury of the LT4 big dog Camaro. Why do I mention this? The SS 1LE comes on the same tires as the ZL1. (The ZL1 1LE gets even stickier R compound meats.) It turns out the ZL1's additional lb-ft  of supercharged torque are quite necessary.

As for the Mustang GT, well, it represents one more reason to buy Michelin stock. The Ford is content to just sit and roast 'em. I should mention that although both cars come with line lock (a feature that disables the rear brakes to allow for easier burnouts), I'm both impatient and not too bright. I couldn't get line lock to work, and after two attempts I stopped trying.

That brings us to "nonoptimized drag racing," a term I made up. Basically it means leaving things such as GPS tracking gear and standardized measurements (like, say, distance) out of the equation and just seeing which car goes faster. To figure this out, Jethro and I headed out to El Mirage, a dry lakebed near Edwards Air Force Base. It was instrumental in the birth of both hot rodding and drag racing.

To the best of our cowboy science abilities, we marked off what probably was pretty close to a mile and went for it. The Mustang repeatedly beat the Camaro, showing mph on its speedo to the Chevy's mph. The Ford was about four car lengths ahead each time, too. And by "each time," I mean we did this about 30 times in a row. (Check out the video at Motor Trend OnDemand)

Why did the Ford win? Well, for one thing, the Mustang's V-8 just loves to rev out. The faster it spins, the more power it spits out. For another, and we'll explore this more in a second, we have the distinct feeling that the new Coyote is putting out more than ponies. For its part, the Camaro sits on wider, slicker rear tires, and on compacted dirt, that just doesn't have the same traction as the Mustang.

Then came time to leave cowboy science behind and get to actual science, as provided by our testing team. First of all, the Ford outporks the Chevy, 3, pounds versus 3, The two cars have identical 54/46 weight distribution. The 1LE wins the sprint, doing so in seconds versus the Mustang GT's seconds. By the end of the quarter mile, the Camaro is still in the lead but not by much: seconds at mph for the Chevy versus the Mustang's seconds at mph. Road test editor Chris Walton, our straight-line guru, told me that were we to lengthen the race, the Ford would win because at that point the Chevy's torque and traction advantage is gone, and high-reving DOHC horsepower takes over.

Like stated previously, we feel Ford is sandbagging the actual output. Why? My best guess is to protect the hp GT, which is still on sale. But who knows? On to braking, and here the Chevy wastes the Ford. The 1LE's six-piston binders haul it to a dead stop from 60 mph in 93 feet. That's world class. The GT, which also has six-piston calipers, needs feet. Keep in mind that both cars are on similar performance rubber, and both have Brembos. Yes, the Ford weighs more but not that much more. The Camaro's brakes are just better.

As is the 1LE's handling. Around our figure-eight track, the Mustang managed a second lap. That's a fantastic time, especially because the Mustang GT needed seconds, and the BMW M4 takes seconds. So that's good company. But by comparison, the Nissan GT-R NISMO, Porsche GT3, and Porsche Turbo S all dance the figure eight in a significantly quicker seconds. I mention this because so does the Camaro. I'm still having a hard time processing that number, but it is true. The workaday Chevy runs even with the world's elite performance cars in a true handling test.

For the record, the quickest time we've ever seen around the figure eight is seconds, put down by both the Porsche Spyder and the Lamborghini Huracán Performante. Meaning the Camaro 1LE is within spitting distance. When I asked our handling guru Kim Reynolds what he thought about the two cars after lapping them, he looked first to the Camaro then disparagingly glanced at the Mustang and said, "There's about 4, years of evolution separating the two."

Ouch. But that's the feeling both Jethro and I got out on the road. The SS 1LE—which by the way placed fourth in our Best Driver's Car competition—is an ideal back road warrior. Everything it does is sweet, from turn-in to midcorner to post-apex to whatever—the Chevy never puts a foot wrong, never misbehaves, and most certainly never understeers. But the grip is so high that even though the chassis is keen to, the car never oversteers—even with everything turned off.

The Ford? Look, ever since the Mustang went with an independent rearend, the GTs haven't been set up properly. The lighter EcoBoost cars are better, and the Shelby GTR handles about as well as anything on the road. But the normal V-8s? Not great. I had high hopes the combination of the refresh, the new Performance Pack goodies, and MagneRide would fix things. Nope. The car rolls over on itself and seems to not only understeer but also to try and oversteer at the same time. Like the front and back aren't actually connected. Jethro kept pointing out that although the Ford felt bad going into a corner, once you were actually in a turn it was pretty much OK. "There's a good car somewhere under there," he said. I concur.

Then came the track. We took the two American icons out to Streets of Willow. Here's the good news for Ford fans. The fastback GT laid down a lap. That's second off the aforementioned M4 (), just quicker than a Lexus RC F (), and nearly three tenths of a second better than a Mustang GT Performance Pack (). The bad news? The Camaro SS 1LE laid down a lap, seconds quicker. In other words, these two cars wouldn't be allowed to race together. Different class doesn't cover it. The list of cars the Camaro went faster than should embarrass some OEMs: Porsche Cayman GT4, Audi R8 V10 Plus, Ferrari Italia. I mean, come on!

To put it bluntly, the Camaro is in another league, with legitimate supercars. A GT-R NISMO held the Streets record——meaning the gulf between the quickest car ever lapped at the track and the Chevy ( seconds) was less than half the gulf between our two competitors ( seconds). But then we got bored at lunch and Randy ran a lap in a Lamborghini Huracán Performonte. Result: new champ, at —making the Camaro the sixth-fastest car around Streets. Yet the Chevy still is less than 2 seconds off the pace of a hypercar costing six times as much. Dang.

The winner of this round? The Chevrolet Camaro 1LE. In my mind, it's not close. Chevy has done the near impossible, transcended the genre, and turned a once provincial pony car into an honest to goodness world-class sports car. This $46, miracle punches so far above its weight that I'm in danger of saying weird things that could easily be taken out of context. Such as, if I were an engineer at BMW or even Porsche, I'd be clearing off my drawing boards.

Where does that leave the Mustang? Well, if you don't care about measurable performance and are instead into the "cowboy science" side of things, you have your winner. However (and here's the part I hate writing), in the ways that actually matter to car guys, the Mustang got its butt handed to it. For less money, Chevy stone-cold out-engineered Ford. And this is what that galls me. Not only should Ford have done a better job, but I also know they can do a better job. The Shelby GTR—a car that's every inch as awesome and breathtaking as a Porsche GT3—proves Ford has the knowledge to build a better car. Now it remains to be seen how much the forthcoming Performance Pack 2 closes the handling gap with that GT R and this Camaro SS 1LE. You can probably expect another Camaro/Mustang face-off for the answer.

Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE (1SS) Ford Mustang GT (Premium)
DRIVETRAIN LAYOUT Front-engine, RWDFront-engine, RWD
ENGINE TYPE deg V-8, alum block/headsdeg V-8, alum block/heads
VALVETRAIN OHV, 2 valves/cylDOHC, 4 valves/cyl
DISPLACEMENT cu in/6, cc cu in/5, cc
COMPRESSION RATIO
POWER (SAE NET) hp @ 6, rpm † hp @ 7, rpm
TORQUE (SAE NET) lb-ft @ 4, rpm † lb-ft @ 4, rpm
REDLINE 6, rpm7, rpm
WEIGHT TO POWER lb/hp lb/hp
TRANSMISSION 6-speed manual6-speed manual
AXLE/FINAL-DRIVE RATIO //
SUSPENSION, FRONT; REAR Struts, coil springs, adj shocks, anti-roll bar; multilink, coil springs, adj shocks, anti-roll barStruts, coil springs, adj shocks, anti-roll bar; multilink, coil springs, adj shocks, anti-roll bar
STEERING RATIO
TURNS LOCK-TO-LOCK
BRAKES, F; R in vented disc; in vented disc, ABSin vented disc; in vented disc, ABS
WHEELS, F;R x in; x in forged aluminum x in; x in, cast aluminum
TIRES, F;R /30R20 95Y; /30R20 99Y Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3/40R19 Y; /40R19 Y Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S
DIMENSIONS
WHEELBASE in in
TRACK, F/R / in/ in
LENGTH x WIDTH x HEIGHT x x in x x in
TURNING CIRCLE ft ft
CURB WEIGHT 3, lb3, lb
WEIGHT DIST, F/R 54/46%54/46%
SEATING CAPACITY 44
HEADROOM, F/R / in/ in
LEGROOM, F/R / in/ in
SHOULDER ROOM, F/R / in/ in
CARGO VOLUME cu ft cu ft
TEST DATA
ACCELERATION TO MPH
sec sec
PASSING, MPH
QUARTER MILE sec @ mph sec @ mph
BRAKING, MPH 93 ft ft
LATERAL ACCELERATION g (avg) g (avg)
MT FIGURE EIGHT sec @ g (avg) sec @ g (avg)
MI ROAD COURSE LAP sec sec
TOP-GEAR REVS @ 60 MPH 1, rpm1, rpm
CONSUMER INFO
BASE PRICE $37,$39,
PRICE AS TESTED $45,$49,
STABILITY/TRACTION CONTROL Yes/YesYes/Yes
AIRBAGS 8: Dual front, front side, f/r curtain, front knee8: Dual front, front side, f/r curtain, front knee
BASIC WARRANTY 3 yrs/36, miles3 yrs/36, miles
POWERTRAIN WARRANTY 5 yrs/60, miles5 yrs/60, miles
ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE 5 yrs/, miles5 yrs/60, miles
FUEL CAPACITY gal gal
EPA CITY/HWY/COMB ECON 16/25/19 mpg15/25/18 mpg
ENERGY CONS, CITY/HWY / kW-hrs/ miles/ kW-hrs/ miles
CO2 EMISSIONS, COMB lb/mile lb/mile
RECOMMENDED FUEL Unleaded premiumUnleaded premium
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2018 Chevrolet Camaro SS (6.2L V8) - Review

Front Suspension:

MacPherson-type strut with dual lower ball joints, twin-tube struts and direct-acting stabilizer bar; avail. monotube Magnetic Ride Control

Rear Suspension:

Independent five-link with twin-tube shocks and direct-acting stabilizer bar; avail. monotube Magnetic Ride Control

Steering Type:

ZF rack-mounted electric, power-assisted and variable ratio rack-and-pinion

Turning Circle
(ft. / m):

/

Brake Type:

Four-wheel disc with four-channel ABS

Brake Rotor Size (in / mm):

Front: / vented with four-piston fixed calipers
Rear: / vented with four-piston fixed calipers

Wheel Size:

SS: in. x in. aluminum (front)
SS: in. x in. aluminum (rear)
1LE: in. x in. aluminum (front)
1LE: in. x in. aluminum (rear)

Tire Size:

SS: P/40R20 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 summer-only run-flat
SS: P/35R20 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 summer-only run-flat
1LE: P/30R20 Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar summer-only
1LE: P/30R20 Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar summer-only

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Chevrolet Camaro (sixth generation)

This article is about the sixth generation of the Chevrolet Camaro. For general Camaro information, see Chevrolet Camaro.

Motor vehicle

Chevrolet Camaro (sixth generation)
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Chevrolet Camaro SS

ManufacturerChevrolet (General Motors)
Also&#;calledHSV Chevrolet Camaro (Australia)
ProductionNovember –present
Model&#;years–present
AssemblyLansing, Michigan, United States (Lansing Grand River Assembly)
DesignerHwasup Lee ()
Class
Body&#;style
LayoutFront-engine, rear-wheel drive
PlatformGM Alpha
Related
Engine
Transmission
Wheelbase&#;in (2,&#;mm)
Length
  • &#;in (4,&#;mm)
  • &#;in (4,&#;mm) (China)
Width&#;in (1,&#;mm)
Height
  • &#;in (1,&#;mm)
  • &#;in (1,&#;mm) (China)
Curb&#;weight
  • 3,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (LT)
  • 3,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (LT)
  • 3,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (RS)
  • 3,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (LT1)
  • 3,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (SS)[5]
  • 3,&#;lb (1,&#;kg) (SS; automatic)[6]
PredecessorChevrolet Camaro (fifth generation)

The sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro is an American pony car.[7][8] Produced by automobile manufacturer Chevrolet, it was first introduced to the public on May 16, Sales started in for the model year. The Camaro now utilizes the GM Alpha platform shared with the Cadillac ATS and CTS[9] and features MacPherson struts in front, rather than the former multi-link setup. General Motors claims that 70 percent of architectural components in the new Camaro are unique to the car.[1]

The sixth generation of Camaro saw production return to the United States as the fourth and fifth-generation models had been assembled in Canada.[10][11]

Like its predecessor, the sixth generation of the Camaro is available in coupé and convertible bodystyles. Compared to the previous generation, it is &#;in (58&#;mm) shorter, &#;in (20&#;mm) narrower and &#;in (28&#;mm) shorter in height. With similar equipment and engine, it is also more than &#;lb (91&#;kg) lighter.

Trim levels and special editions[edit]

Trim levels introduced at launch were LT (1LT, 2LT) and SS (1SS, 2SS). Standard equipment on all trims includes automatic air conditioning, cruise control, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, satellite radio, parking assist, and seven airbags.

Chevrolet added a base LS (1LS) trim level for the Camaro. Trim level content for the LS is identical to that of the base 1LT trim, with the exception that the &#;L turbocharged inline-4 engine and 6-speed manual transmission would be the only available powertrain options for the LS trim. The LS trim was initially introduced in coupé form, followed later by an LS convertible. The 1LT trim received the 8-speed automatic transmission with shift paddles as standard equipment for [12]

For China, the car was introduced on August 31, and sold under the RS trim with the 2&#;L turbocharged LTG four-cylinder engine and 8-speed automatic gearbox available for models onwards as standard.[13]

For the model year, the 1LE Performance Packages returned, tailored for the V6 and V8 powered six-speed manual-equipped coupé models respectively. Both of 1LE packages offered share a satin black hood wrap, front splitter, and a three-piece rear spoiler. The V6 1LE package adds FE3 suspension from the Camaro SS, inch forged wheels with Goodyear Eagle F1 /40R20 front tires and /35R20 rear tires, Brembo 4-piston front brake calipers, mechanical limited-slip differential with a ratio, track-cooling package, suede steering wheel, short-throw shifter, dual-mode exhaust, Camaro SS fuel system to accommodate higher-load cornering, and a high flow front grille. The SS 1LE package adds the Magnetic Ride Control FE4 suspension derived from the ZL1, electronic limited-slip differential with ratio, inch forged wheels with Goodyear Supercar 3 /30R20 front tires and /30R20 rear tires, Brembo six-piston front brake calipers with two-piece inch rotors, track-cooling package, Recaro front seats with suede and leather upholstery, suede steering wheel and short-throw shifter, dual-mode exhaust, and a color heads-up display.[14]

Starting in , the 1LE Package was also available with the four cylinder turbo. It adds similar equipment to the V6 1LE, including the FE3 suspension, Brembo brakes, 20" forged wheels with /40 and /35 Eagle F1 tires, track cooling, and mechanical limited slip differential. The visual changes are also the same as the V6 1LE's. Car and Driver testing showed the I4 1LE was only seconds slower around VIR than the V6.[15]

  • Camaro SS convertible ()

Special Editions[edit]

50th Anniversary Special Edition

 Camaro 2SS in Shadow Gray Metallic with Carbon Flash Wheels.
Camaro 2SS in Shadow Gray Metallic with Carbon Flash Wheels.
Camaro 50th Anniversary Special Edition

The first special edition of the new Camaro became available in Available on 2LT and 2SS models in both coupe and convertible bodystyles, the 50th Anniversary Special Edition includes Nightfall Gray Metallic exterior paint, unique inch aluminum-alloy wheels and wheel center caps, the RS Appearance Package (for LT/2LT models only), an orange 50th Anniversary exterior decal package with hood and rear trunk lid stripes, a "FIFTY" emblem on each front fender, a Nightfall Gray Metallic-painted front splitter, orange-painted front and rear brake calipers (front only for LT/2LT), black leather-and-suede-trimmed seating surfaces with orange color accent stitching (including stitching on the dashboard, door panels, and steering wheel), and special door sill plates. However, all Chevrolet Camaro models received the same "FIFTY" badge on the bottom of the three-spoke steering wheel to commemorate the Camaro's 50th Anniversary.[16]

Hot Wheels Special Edition

Camaro Hot Wheels Special Edition

At the SEMA Show in October , Chevrolet introduced the Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels Special Edition, designed to commemorate both the 50th Anniversary of Hot Wheels die-cast toy vehicles, as well as all Hot Wheels diecast Chevrolet Camaro models, with inspiration coming from an actual Hot Wheels toy car. Available on 2LT and 2SS models in both coupe and convertible body styles, the Hot Wheels Special Edition includes a unique Crush Orange exterior paint, inch Graphite-finished machined-face aluminum-alloy wheels (with summer-only tires on SS/2SS models), a Satin Graphite exterior decal package with hood and rear trunk lid stripes and silver accents, Satin Graphite exterior accents, a "Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary" front fender emblem, a unique front grille with Galvano chrome inserts, orange-painted front and rear brake calipers (front only for LT/2LT), a black Chevrolet bowtie emblem, a Jet Black leather-trimmed interior with orange color accent stitching (including stitching on the dashboard, door panels, and suede-wrapped steering wheel), illuminated front door sill plates with the 'Hot Wheels' insignia, premium carpeted floor mats with orange-colored stitching and "Ghost Stripes", and orange knee bolsters and seat belts.[17]

Redline Edition For the model year, Chevrolet introduced the Chevrolet Camaro Redline Edition which joins the lineup of Chevrolet Redline Edition models already on sale at dealerships nationwide. The Redline Edition package included inch black aluminum-alloy wheels with red accent stripes (including summer-only tires), black-painted side mirrors, a black lower front grille insert with red accent stripes, black bowtie emblems, Gloss Black front fender accent hash marks with red accents, a blackout rear tail lamp panel, darkened tail lamps, premium carpeted floor mats with red accents, and Gloss Black "Camaro" emblems on each front fender with red outlining.[18]

SS[edit]

The SS model is equipped with a L LT1 V8 engine offered both as a 6-speed manual and an 8-speed automatic. Chevrolet reports the SS capable of horsepower and lb.-ft. of torque, performing MPH in seconds.[19] This model comes in two different trims, the 1SS and 2SS, which are mainly differentiated by their interior features. While the 1SS packs the same power, it lacks the leather heated/ventilated seats of the 2SS. The 2SS includes some other features left out in the 1SS like interior spectrum lighting, heated steering wheel, blind-spot monitoring, Bose audio, and wireless charging. Both trim levels allow the addition of the available 1LE "track package," which adds suede Recaro seats and upgraded performance features detailed elsewhere in this article. In and subsequent years the new 10L80 10 speed automatic transmission was offered in the SS trim level.

ZL1[edit]

The ZL1 model, which is a high-performance variant of the Camaro SS, was introduced in It features a lower grille opening for improved cooling, a new front splitter, and a carbon hood insert which removes hot air from the engine compartment. It also features wider front fenders to accommodate wider tires for improved handling, unique rockers, and Magnetic Ride suspension.

Transmission choices are a rev matching six-speed manual or a newly developed speed automatic.[2] The speed 10L90 transmission was developed in collaboration with Ford. General Motors manufactures its own version in its own factory in Romulus, Michigan. A more track-focused version known as the ZL1 1LE features Multimatic spool-valve shocks (similar to the previous generation of the Camaro Z28), a new front splitter, dive planes and a rear wing, and wide Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar tires. Weight was also reduced by 60&#;lb (27&#;kg) as compared to a standard ZL1.[20]

Performance figures include a 0 to 60&#;mph (97&#;km/h) acceleration time of seconds, a 1/4 mile time of seconds at &#;mph (&#;km/h). The ZL1's official top speed is &#;mph (&#;km/h).[21]

The ZL1, along with the SS, were banned for sale in California and Washington due to their brake pads containing toxic metals and asbestos that were banned in California in and brake pads containing more than 5% of copper will be prohibited starting in January GM plans to reintroduce the ZL1 and SS in the two states for the model year with new brakes that meet state regulations.[22][23][24]

Engines and transmissions[edit]

The sixth generation of the Chevrolet Camaro is available with three engine options:

  • The liter LTG Ecotecturbocharged straight-four, which has a power output of &#;hp (&#;kW) at 5, rpm and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) of torque at 3, rpm and is the first four-cylinder in a Camaro since the 3rd generation model. It is available on 1LS, 1LT and 2LT trims.
  • The liter LGX V6 engine, having a power output of &#;hp (&#;kW) at 6, rpm and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) of torque at 5, rpm.
  • The liter LT1 V8 engine, which is shared with the Corvette C7 and has a power output of &#;hp (&#;kW)[25] at 6, rpm and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) of torque at 4, rpm.

Engines installed on high-performance models include:

  • The liter superchargedLT4 V8, which is shared with the Corvette Z06 and has an output of &#;hp (&#;kW) at 6, RPM and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) of torque at 3, rpm.

All engines were initially available with a 6-speed manual and 8-speed automatic transmissions, except for the ZL1 models, which use a speed automatic in addition to a standard 6-speed manual. The 8-speed was replaced by the speed automatic in the SS and V6 models.

European Union's new Euro 6d-Temp automotive emission regulations have ended the European sale of Camaro on 31 August [26] The litre V8 engine fitted to the export version of Camaro could not be modified further to meet the new emission regulations.

HSV Chevrolet Camaro (Australia)[edit]

General Motors Holden's performance division, Holden Special Vehicles, was engaged in the import and conversion of the Camaro to right-hand-drive and Australian Design Rules, from the second half of [27] Unlike Holden's previous American import, the Chevrolet badge remained on the converted Camaro. The Holden Suburban was also originally built as RHD, rather than being converted after arriving in Australia.

HSV imported and converted the European Camaro 2SS and ZL1. The manual gearbox, along with the ZL1 model, were made available in [28] Imports stopped in early following limited sales,[29] with the possibility remaining of resuming them in the future under the new GMSV brand.[30]

Redesign[edit]

In fall (for the model year), the sixth-generation of the Camaro received a mid-cycle redesign, along with the majority of the Chevrolet car lineup (including the Spark, Cruze and Malibu), in which the front end styling was universally panned. Changes for the model year also included a new third-generation MyLink infotainment system, revised exterior, and interior styling, new alloy wheel designs, the addition of the 1LE Performance Package for the base &#;L I4 equipped LT models (the 1LE Performance Package was previously only offered on V6-equipped LT and V8-equipped SS and ZL1 models), the addition of two new exterior colors (Riverside Blue Metallic and Satin Steel Gray Metallic), and a new performance hood for SS models. The SS also dropped the optional 8-speed automatic in favor of the speed automatic. Driver-assistance features were also improved on the model, including Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert.[31] The Chevrolet Camaro went on sale in the fall of [32]

Chevrolet also exhibited a Camaro SS at the SEMA Show in the new Shock yellow-green exterior color, which became available in early [33] It also featured a "concept" front end, which unlike the production version of the SS has a body-colored bumper and the Chevy "bow-tie" badge moved to the upper grille.[34]

For the model year, Chevrolet revised the front-end styling of the Camaro SS, the front bumper is now colored and the Chevy "bow-tie" has been moved to the upper grille. A new entry-level V8 trim called the "Camaro LT1 V8" equipped with a &#;L LT1 V8 engine rated at &#;hp (&#;kW) was added to the line-up. The V6 model is now equipped with a speed automatic transmission as an option and replaces the previous 8-speed transmission. A new exterior color option called the "Rally Green" was added. The Camaro went on sale in fall [35]

Gallery[edit]

  •  Camaro 2SS in Shadow Gray Metallic with Carbon Flash Wheels

    Camaro 2SS in Shadow Gray Metallic with Carbon Flash Wheels

  • The revised front fascia for the Camaro SS

  • The revised front fascia for the base models of the Camaro (4-cylinder and V6 models appear identical)

  • Rear view of a silver Camaro 2SS coupe

  • Rear view of a gray Camaro base coupe

  • Rear view of a gray Camaro LT1 coupe

  • The revised front fascia for the Camaro RS

  • Dark tail lamps for Camaro RS

  • Red Camaro RS convertible

  •  Camaro SS has revised front bumper

    Camaro SS with the 1LE track package

Motorsports[edit]

Pratt & Miller developed the Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R for GT4 international racing in While based on the Camaro ZL1, regulations preventing the use of superchargers meant the naturally-aspirated LT1 liter V8 from the Camaro SS instead of the ZL1's LT4 supercharged V8 was used in the racing car featuring direct fuel injection, a carbon fiber intake, a custom camshaft, a Motec data acquisition system and a Bosch MS6 ECU. The engine has a power output up to &#;hp (&#;kW; &#;PS). Other changes include the Xtrac paddle-shift operated 6-speed sequential transmission, an Xtrac Salisbury type differential, six-piston Brembo front brake calipers with four-piston rear calipers, custom adjustable front and rear antiroll bars, and two-way adjustable Öhlins TTX front struts and TTX rear dampers. Exterior changes include wider front fenders, a hood extractor, aerodynamic side skirts, lightweight carbon fiber doors and front fascia, a custom GT4 specification carbon fiber rear spoiler, GT4 specification front dive planes, and a GT4 specification carbon fiber front splitter the car also has inch forged Forgeline one-piece alloy wheels with racing slicks. The total weight of the car is 3,&#;lb (1,&#;kg).[36][37]

The Camaro ZL1 replaced the Chevrolet SS, which was being used since The new Camaro started participating in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, and it won on its debut in the Daytona with driver Austin Dillon. In the NASCAR Cup Series, the Camaro won its first NASCAR Cup Series championship with driver Chase Elliott.

Awards and recognition[edit]

Other media[edit]

The concept car of the sixth generation of the Camaro appears in the film Transformers: Age of Extinction as the second alternate mode for Bumblebee, and the paint job resembles that of the convertible variant of the car. A second modified version of the car appears in the film's sequel, Transformers: The Last Knight previewing the redesign of the car which would be introduced in

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External links[edit]

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