The new luxury sedan is the most advanced version yet, and the first in a line of all-new Camaros that include a new, more aggressive front grille, a redesigned interior and a new LED taillights.
The Camaro SS has been designed from the ground up to offer up-to-the-minute technology and styling updates that will make it a premium sedan, but the first thing buyers will notice is a much more muscular front grill that sits just below the hood, a move that was also a deliberate effort to reduce drag.
The engine, which has been redesigned from the inside out, will be completely different than the outgoing model.
The new front grills feature a new curved front lip, and while they were originally designed for the front bumper, the new design has been incorporated into the front fenders to increase rear visibility.
The front fender lines also feature a unique “S” shape, which allows for a unique look when the car is in reverse.
The engine is also noticeably longer than its predecessor, with the current-generation model getting just under 300 horsepower.
The new Camaro will get a new turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 that will produce 365 horsepower, and will be paired with a six-speed manual transmission.
While the turbocharged engine was originally designed to produce 500 horsepower, the car now can deliver 600 to 675 horsepower, which is the same output as the 2.5L engine in the outgoing SS.
The front fascia is made up of an aluminum bumper and a grille with an additional grille-type element.
The lower edge of the bumper is made from carbon fiber and the lower part of the grille is made of aluminum, and both surfaces have been treated with a unique finish.
The interior of the Camaro has been heavily updated, with a new dash that features a new grille design that adds a new element to the rear of the dash.
The dash also features a rear view camera, with an LED light system and a navigation system.
In addition to the front fascias, the interior of each car also features more aggressive styling.
The Camaro’s front bumper is now a larger element, which makes it appear much more aggressive and aggressive-looking than before.
The overall look of the interior has also been updated, and it now includes a grilles that extend from the hood to the taillamps, a change that also made the interior look more “premium.”
The grilles are also larger, with each individual element extending to the entire car.
The dashboard features a digital instrument cluster, a larger instrument cluster and an illuminated dash, which was a deliberate nod to the upcoming Camaro CTS sedan.
The LED tail lights and the fog lights are also a new addition.
The interior also features heated grips and a larger leather steering wheel.
The exterior is also updated, as the new Camaracs have new chrome accents throughout the interior.
In the center console, there is a digital display, which will let owners know if the instrument cluster is engaged.
The center console also features new LED lighting, which are illuminated in different colors depending on the driver’s current speed and direction.
The driver also now has access to the climate control system, and an additional volume control.
A new color scheme was also added to the center stack, which offers a more modern look.
The instrument cluster also features color coding to allow for more precise tuning, with “red” being the highest settings.
In addition to that, the driver can now control all of the car’s interior features, including the air conditioning and the power windows.
The cabin of the new vehicle has been enhanced in every way.
There are now eight leather seats, with three available in the top and center seats.
A new feature that has been added to all the models is the power door opening.
The opening is a push button release that opens and closes the doors without the driver having to pull the door handle.
The rear seats feature new inserts, including a fold-down center console.
The seats also have new inserts for the passenger seats, and there are new center console and headrest armrests.
A standard audio system with surround sound is also available.
The roof line has also received a facelift.
The top and rear fenders of the 2018 Camaro are made up entirely of aluminum.
The tailgate is also aluminum, while the hood is made out of carbon fiber.
The fascia features new aluminum trim, and new front and rear fascia accents.
The top fascia has also gained an aluminum spoiler.
The driver’s side door panels feature new plastic and leather inserts that are accentuated by a chrome LED tailamp.
The rear door panels are now aluminum, with chrome accents.
The instrument cluster has also gotten a faceroll, with four different color schemes that are accessible from the center screen, along with the instrument display, instrument cluster display, climate control