2016 Chevrolet Camaro: First Look Review

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On only five other occasions has Chevrolet introduced an all-new Camaro. The first time was in 1966 when the company took the wraps off the original 1967 model. The last time was when the 2010 model arrived after an eight-year absence from the market. That is until today, when the completely redesigned 2016 Camaro rolled out for the first time at Belle Isle in Detroit. And complete redesign is not an exaggeration — the only carryover from the fifth generation is the bowtie emblem in the rear and the SS badge.
Video: Driving the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro engineering prototype at Belle Isle.

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8 thoughts on “2016 Chevrolet Camaro: First Look Review

  1. THIS is the Camaro I’ve been waiting for !! The re-design is Totally Amazing
    When the 5th Gen came out, I was in LOVE with the Aqua Blue Metallic
    I planned to buy one the next year, but it was Discontinued… I was pissed.

    All set to get a new Orange Mustang, until I saw the new Hyper Blue 2016….
    OH HOLY F#*K… and that’s an understatement… The color is Truly Stunning!

    Sick of loud heavy V8’s… So thinking of the Turbo 4 or 6 with stick
    Fully Optioned… GM.. You totally just made my day… HUGE KUDOS TO YOU !!!

  2. So I own a 2012 with the RS package and the reason I bought the car was BECAUSE of the retro / modern styling. Chevrolet has totally screwed the pooch on this one. I felt the refresh looked bad, this is even worse! It looks like a damn import. In 2010 the Camaro won the world car of the year award for design, THIS IS NOT THAT CAR!

  3. Looks nice, the rear end was always the big question. I like how the v6/4 gets the vertical fog lights and the SS gets the horizontal ones and the bigger lower grille. Biggest upside is it still looks like a camaro not a corporate chevy like how ford did with their front end.But i like it.

  4. That video of driving the Camaro was fun to watch. I didn’t know the Camaro was a sports car but it looks like one and drives like one.

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