Eighteen-inch aluminum are standard on LS and 1LT models.

“Our goal was to create a car that delivers incredible grip and handling balance while cornering, while still being comfortable to drive on the road,” said David Leone, executive chief engineer GM global programs. When it arrives in showrooms, the SS will join the Corvette and Camaro, whose combined sales have made Chevrolet America’s favorite performance brand for the last two years.

If one thinks given a 425Bhp Camaro SS for there kids 16 year old is ridiculous, Then this is one of if not THE most fkn stupid moves a parent can do. In all, we think the interior is pretty sweet in the SS Performance, but we won’t be 100-percent certain until we park our backsides in one for a few hours. The V-6 will deliver a little more than 300 horsepower, the EcoBoost will have at least 305 ponies on tap, and the Coyote mill promises to generate at least 420 horses.

StabiliTrak electronic stability control is standard on all models.

All Rights Reserved, � Copyright TopSpeed. Because of the shrunken grille, the headlights are also squintier and feature wider lenses that cover the headlight and turn signals, giving the Camaro a sinister stare. And complementing the new MyLink infotainment system is a six-speaker sound system on LS, 1LT and 1SS. @ Shaggy: Yeah. We’ll see the final result of the SS as more info rolls out on the interior. “The all-new Chevrolet SS fills that void and fills it better than any other vehicle in the brand’s rich history. Additionally, it gets chrome accents around the top of the grille and around the air vents just behind the front wheels to add an element of class to it. The redesigned 2014 Camaro SS will debut at the New York International Auto Show on Wednesday, March 27 at 12:45 p.m., EDT. Nineteen-inch aluminum wheels are standard on 2LT. The answer is very simple; they are preparing buyers for the new Camaro that is set to hit the stage sometime in the next few years with a completely redesigned and more aerodynamic body. The Chevrolet Camaro SS may be old news, but to watch it putting its muscle to work, in a top speed run, on a public road, is not a thing to miss either. All convertible models feature a standard rear vision camera system. The road-racing-inspired Camaro 1LE performance package returns with unique gearing, suspension tuning and tires that make the model capable of more than 1 g of lateral acceleration. Because of the unique cooling needs of the supercharged ZL1, it does not share the same front fascia as the rest of the Camaro lineup. Although, that said, a friend of mine has a teenage daughter who races autocross with him, so I guess it depends... @Flabernat: There's a high school kid in town who drives a late model Camaro SS. Additional comfort and convenience include a standard driver’s foot rest (dead pedal), power windows with express up/down, an auxiliary gauge panel in the center console – standard in 2LT and 2SS – It carries with it a 5.0-liter V-8 with 420 horsepower and 390 pound-feet of torque. The Charger is also a massive 4,253-pound sled that is best left to the straightaway rather than the twisties. The 2015 Camaro lineup includes coupe and convertible body styles in these models: The 323-horsepower (241 kW) V-6-powered LS coupe and LT coupe and convertible – including the 2LS with an EPA-rated 30 mpg on the highway The 2014 Chevrolet SS will debut this weekend at the Daytona International Speedway as the SS racecar makes its NASCAR debut during the Daytona 500.

Chevy offers four different suspension packages depending on trim level, with a performance setup available for the SS coupe and the 1LE bundle.

@ Flabernat: I never thought they looked like prelude taillights, but I didn't notice their striking resemblance to those of a '69 Camaro, either. We will go ahead and figure the latter is the most likely reasoning. Pricing for the 2015 Mustang begins at $24,425 for V-6 and from $25,995 for the EcoBoost version. LAS VEGAS – Chevrolet today opened a new chapter in its storied racing history, unveiling its eagerly anticipated 2013 NASCAR Chevrolet SS race car. A leather-wrapped, three-spoke steering wheel is standard on LT and SS. More of a sports-car look rather than a big muscle-car appearance.Also, I'm not sure what the fuss is about, the rear taillights are clearly a '69 Camaro inspired. Camaro adds a new exterior color to its palette in 2015: Blue Velvet Metallic. Similarly, the design of the SS blends performance cues and premium details.

Underpinned by the Zeta platform developed by Holden, the new Camaro rolled out with a range of V-6 and V-8 engines, which was just enough to compete with its long-standing Detroit rivals — the Ford Mustang and the Dodge Challenger. We have yet to hear about any long-term testing of the SHO, so we cannot comment either way. If there is too much garbage there, it is too complicated, and if there is nothing there, it looks bland. Initially, we thought that the SS Performance would only be moderately powerful and feature the 6.0-liter V8 found in the last-gen Commodore SS, which pumps out 348 horsepower. It is a big enough change to be noticed, but not overly shocking. Javascript must be enabled for the correct page display, © Copyright TopSpeed. The rear fascia on all models – including ZL1 – features diffuser styling and exhaust outlet, along with one-piece taillights. A transmission support reinforcement brace The Chevy Camaro received a number of changes for the 2014 model year, all contributing to its new, meaner appearance. This efficient ‘hands-free’ parking assistant uses the ultrasonic sensing system to detect the width and depth of either parallel or reverse right-angle parking spaces. “As a passionate race fan, the debut of the SS NASCAR race car is a genuinely exciting moment for me,” said GM North America President Mark Reuss. Interior color and trim choices include Black, Beige, Gray and Inferno Orange and Blue. The RS package is available on LT and SS, featuring unique grille and separate fog lamps from the daytime running lamps. Overall, we like the Taurus better, despite the fact that there is a little turbo lag. The vehicle’s new styling draws inspiration from the 1971 Challenger and features a split front grille, separated taillights and a pronounced, power-bulge hood. All 2014 and 2015 Camaro models can be equipped with either a six-speed manual gearbox or a six-speed aic transmission with TapShift. Output on the L99 is lower than the LS3 because of a slightly lower compression ratio (10.4:1 vs. 10.7:1) and design features of the Active Fuel Management system. Many lightweight engine features contribute to that, including an integrated cylinder head/exhaust manifold design that saves about 13 pounds per engine, when compared with a conventional, non-integrated design. SS models feature “SS” embroidery on the front seats. While the driver controls the throttle, transmission, and brake, the Automatic Parking Assist controls the steering inputs necessary to neatly park the Chevrolet SS. According to the rumormill, this would also result in the Holden Commodore SS, which was once used as the Pontiac G8, becoming the vehicle that dons the 2014 SS Perfomance badges. Heated, leather-trimmed seats are part of the 2LT and 2SS trim packages. The test car featured here manages to push it a bit further, to 167 mph (270 km/h). Heated, leather-trimmed seats are part of the 2LT and 2SS trim packages. With a new appearance and new features introduced in 2014, the Camaro lineup rolls into 2015 – its final year in the fifth generation – focused on delivering the balance of style, performance and efficiency that has helped make it the segment’s best seller four years running and Chevrolet America’s best-selling brand of performance cars. In the NASCAR Chevrolet SS, the exterior is approached in a similar fashion. Plus, it is a nice transition between the fifth and sixth generations. It also includes 20-inch flangeless aluminum wheels, a rear spoiler on LT coupe (spoiler is standard on SS and all convertible models), high-intensity discharge headlamps and a body-color “shark fin” antenna. With every NASCAR season, the excitement and thrill rises. The beastly LS3 links up to a six-speed aic transmission with TAPshift paddles that delivers the power to a 3.27-to-1 rear axle. This mid-generation facelift is definitely a welcome sight, as the Camaro’s retro styling was starting to get a little long in the tooth and we need some sort of springboard to prepare us for the upcoming overhaul. A 245-watt, Boston Acoustic nine-speaker sounds system is standard on 2LT and 2SS – and available on 1LT and 1SS. With its live rear axle, which is rumored to go away in 2015, the Mustang simply can’t hang with the Camaro SS on a road-racing circuit. The front suspension has a dual-ball strut system, with a direct-acting stabilizer bar.