With the end of fifth generation of Camaros, Chevrolet’s icon is entering a new age of prosperity. 2015 Chevrolet Camaro SS will be a completely redesigned car of a new generation and will be the strongest of them.
2015 Chevrolet Camaro SS redesign
2014 Camaro SS was powered by a 6.2L V8 with 426 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque. Regular Camaros of a new generation will also have powerful engines with similar caracteristics. That means 2015 Camaro SS has to reach even higher and will probably be available with 6.2L or 7.0L V8 small block engines with as much as 450 hp. Since it is a sports car, there is no need to say that Camaro SS will be a 2WD (rear) and it’ll have a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission.
Since a complete redesign is in store for us,2015 Chevrolet Camaro SS will look sharper than ever. It will be more sporty than ever, with refreshed curves. Headlights and taillights will be changed, along with spoiler and exhaust. It will get a more round look in comparison to a bit boxy look that it has now. 2015 model will also be lighter and more aerodynamic which will improve its fuel efficiency.
Interior will also be refurbished as much as it can be. New sport seats will be made of high-quality fibers with optional leather ones. Upholstery will also be refreshed with new materials which will also be the case with plastic elements. A new steering wheel, touch-screen and gauge meters will also find its place in a new Camaro SS.
As far as fuel efficiency goes for 2015 model, it might get better, depending on what type of engine the manufacturer will choose. It will probably go some 20 mpg overall which is fine for such a powerful engine.
2015 Chevrolet Camaro SS price
Somewhere between $35,000 and $45,000 will have to be paid in order to lay hands on one of these. This price range puts Camaro SS in the middle of the pack, much more expensive than Coupe but cheaper than ZL1.
2015 Chevrolet Camaro SS will have a great number of its admirers as SS model always did. It only remains to be seen if it’ll be able to carry the burden of the SS model legacy.