The Camaro’s interior design has changed quite a bit over the years, and there are many new ways to customize it.
Some people have gone so far as to design their Camaros as they’re parked on a highway, and some people have taken to modifying them to suit the car’s purpose.
In a recent blog post, we took a look at some of these modifications, which include a rear window that can be turned to reveal a roof-mounted grill.
In some ways, the new interior is quite different from what you might expect from a Camarodex-equipped car.
Most of the original exterior is gone, and the interior has been updated with more modern touches.
There are now two rear doors, a dash and a full-length driver’s side door.
A new leather-trimmed steering wheel is standard, as well as an upgraded front bumper, taillights and air vents.
The new interior has also been designed to offer some additional comfort and ergonomics.
A full-height, sliding center console with a built-in seat has been added to the front seat.
A redesigned steering wheel offers more adjustment and better balance, while the steering wheel trim on the steering column also has been improved.
The center console features a “window-fold” design that is similar to the ones on most cars today.
You’ll see this in most modern cars, with the window-fold opening outwards to give you some additional space to maneuver around inside the cabin.
If you don’t need this extra space, the window folds inward to expose the dashboard.
The dash has also had a major facelift.
The steering wheel now sits in the center of the dashboard, and a new center console sits directly behind it.
The center console is connected to the instrument cluster with two more center console buttons, and it also has a new power switch that sits just below the power button.
There’s also a new audio system in the dash.
It features four speakers that play a mix of Dolby Atmos, DTS Digital Surround Sound and DTS Interactive Surround.
The speakers also come with two auxiliary inputs, including a USB input for connecting an external audio source.
The audio system can be adjusted with a digital remote control.
You’ll notice that the steering rack is now mounted directly behind the steering pedal, and its new design allows for more storage space.
You can also access the steering lock with the driver’s seat in the passenger seat, which also comes with a detachable glove box.
On the driver side, the instrument panel is now more compact, while there are more accessible controls.
The gauges now have more tactile feedback, and they also have a new LED indicator that indicates the fuel level.
The fuel gauge is also now integrated into the center console.
On both the driver and passenger sides, there are additional driver-side door handles that can also be adjusted.
The driver door handles can also open and close, and while you don-t have to be holding the door handle, they do give you additional grip.
The passenger door handles have been redesigned to offer a better grip and a more comfortable feel.
On top of the new instrument cluster, the driver-seat controls have also been upgraded to the new standard.
The infotainment system is now easier to navigate with a navigation system installed, and you can also use the steering-wheel-mounted shifter to navigate.
The front seats are also quite spacious, but they have been updated to offer more legroom and a wider seating position.
You get a standard full-size leather-covered steering wheel and pedals, as opposed to the original option of a leather-wrapped steering wheel with a steel-reinforced pedal base.
The rear seats also have been changed a bit.
The traditional front seatback has been removed from the rear of the car, while it has been replaced by a new standard-sized, full-back seatback.
This is done in order to improve the stability of the rear passengers.
There’s also now a standard-size, full cargo-side seat that can accommodate up to seven adults.
This new rear seat has also provided additional legroom.
You now get a new set of seat belts, and new safety belts are available in the rear as well.
There is also a rear-facing seatbelt brace that helps to cushion the rear axle when a vehicle rolls over.
The dashboard is now also a bit more spacious.
You have more space for the driver to access his or her console, while also getting a more modern touch.
There aren’t as many buttons and controls as on a standard car, but the controls are more tactile, and have a more responsive feel.