If you get a sense of déjà vu checking out the new Camaro SS face, no surprise, it appears that Chevy was stung by the looks of the "Bumblebee" model from the most recent film in the Transformers series.
Chevy's pony auto got an all-new redesign and update in 2016 - fast-forward three years, the 2019 Camaro continues its sixth-generation run with a little refresh that includes a more streamlined design, some more love under the hood with the 1LE package, and new cabin tech including Chevy's rear camera mirror.
General Motors has just given us a turbocharged four-cylinder Camaro with added features in the new Turbo 1LE trim. It makes the jump to the so-called "flowtie" open bowtie grille emblem, and includes a black grille and aero-enhancing air curtains. The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder produces 279 PS with 400 Nm of torque while the 3.5-liter direct injection V6 musters 340 PS and 385 Nm of torque.
New 17-inch wheels designs are added across the trim levels with new 18-inch machined wheels will be available for the RS package. There's also a Driver Mode Selector with Sport and new Track Modes, as well as Competition Mode which provides an assortment of performance-oriented readouts and shift lights.
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It all leads up to Sunday's race, which starts at 4.10pm BST and where Hamilton and Vettel will again expect to lead the pack. Verstappen headed into the qualifying session with the hope he could get his vehicle high up on the grid for tomorrow's race.
While Premoso is yet to confirm the ZL1 for Australia, a recent 2019 model year update and a trademark registration has virtually sealed the deal. Brembo brakes with low-metallic performance pads provide stopping power, and it rides on 245/40R20 (front) and 275/35R20 (rear) tyres.
Up front, it's immediately obvious that Chevrolet has redesigned the entire front fascia of the Camaro. Chevrolet says the new grille helps deliver more cooling and inlet air to the Camaro's engines, as well as reducing aerodynamic lift. It also includes an electronic limited-slip differential, Magnetic Ride Control, and FE4 performance suspension. However, the bow-tie brand did install a touchscreen infotainment system aptly called Infotainment 3.
Local prices for the Chevrolet Camaro will be revealed closer to the vehicles launch date.
A high-definition reverse camera (optional rear camera mirror for the 2SS) and revised ambient lighting are standard, while customers can opt for the available Enhanced Performance Data Recorder system and, for the first time, Forward Collision Alert (standard on the 2SS coupe).
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