As fifth generation of Chevy Camaro is slowly passing us by, question that comes to mind is: “When is it finally going to be over”? As far as it seems, sixth generation might come in the shape of a 2015 model, mainly because of a restless competition. Where does that leave the 2016 model? That is so far down the road that it’s almost impossible to discern.
Right now, Camaro comes in five trim levels: Coupe, Convertible, ZL1, ZL1 Convertible and Z/28. Engine options for a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will be colorful, with a classic V8 and V6 engines, as well as with four-cylinder engine for all the important fuel efficiency. 2WD (rear) and 6-speed manual and automatic transmission will remain, as natural.
2016 Camaro redesign
As a complete redesign is expected for the year 2015, Camaro will get more than a facelift. If that doesn’t happen, 2016 will definitely be the year. A new, more contemporary look is most probably in store for us and more details with it. Now, there, as said earlier, could be another model in store for us before 2016 and it will probably happen. That means, 2016 model will probably be a carryover from its predecessor (2015).
It’s still too early to discuss the interior of a new Camaro, but it is a fact that it has to change. Right now, Camaro leads the sale numbers over its biggest competitor Ford Mustang by slimmest of margins, but it mustn’t give wrong impression to Chevrolet engineers. Camaro’s interior is probably its weakest point and fresh materials, new design and new lines will be an imperative if they want to stay competitive. Also, when it comes to safety, the most advanced technology will have to be used and that won’t be a problem for Chevy.
Considering the fact that a four-cylinder engine will probably be included in a new line of Camaros, one has to assume that fuel efficiency is very important to Chevrolet. Also, there is more than enough time to make 2016 model lighter and more aerodynamic, further adding to the cause.
2016 Chevrolet Camaro price
Four-cylinder model will probably cost around $25,000, but if you want a good old school muscle Camaro with a V8 engine, you’ll have to splash the cash. It will probably be in a region of $60,000 or even $70,000 for a fully upgraded model with a luxury package.
2016 Chevrolet Camaro release date
Is 2016 Chevrolet Camaro worth the wait? It is too soon to say. First, we have to see if 2015 model will be a next-gen car and then we could speculate. If that happens, it will probably be better to jump straight at it and not wait for 2016 one for the latter probably won’t bring as many changes as the former. If it doesn’t happen, 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is your car.
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