The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro has been teased in GM’s presentation at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show. The Camaro has been in its fifth-generation model for five years now.
The latest teaser reveals the new Camaro’s exterior design. The design will not be a wholly revamped one but will be different enough to call it all-new. The sixth-generation Camaro will feature comprehensively updated exterior and interior and be based on the rear-drive Alpha platform which is used in the Cadillac ATS and the Cadillac CTS. The Alpha platform-based Camaro should see reduction in size and weight.
The engine line-up will include V6 and V8 units but a four-cylinder turbocharged engine is also likely to be offered, which will compete with the 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost four-cylinder. The turbocharged engine will not only allow for good competition with rivals but also bring enhanced performance considering the advantages of lesser weight and more efficiency.
Its official debut is likely to happen at the New York Auto Show in April and is expected to launch in the USA in the second half of 2015. While previous reports suggested that a right-hand drive version of the 2016 Camaro was cancelled, Chevrolet may be having second thoughts on that decision.
[Source: Motor Authority]