Describing the new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is simple; ‘less weight and more power.’ The combination of performance and reduced weight brings the famed american muscle car better acceleration, better handling and overall, a whole-new game to the table – as far as american muscle goes. The new Camaro produces a weight savings of up to 390 pounds (177 kg), but it also brings a new introduction as far as engines are concerned now. This 2.0L turbo is something we are not used to when american muscle comes into conversation, but overall, it does produce plenty of horsepower and lower emissions and consumation of fuel overall as well. Chevrolet
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