American muscle car 2018-2019 Chevrolet Camaro is famous all over the world and is widely recognized even in Europe, where the lack of their vehicles with the status of “supercar”. Updated coupe showed more spring in New York, in Frankfurt in the autumn was presented convertible . sports car design does not require any serious reforms. Minor changes are caused by attempts to improve aerodynamics and cooling units.
In 2018-2019 Chevrolet Camaro narrow upper grille, bearing the emblem of a cross, but a wider air intake at the bottom. The narrow headlights are ring-shaped insert, providing the car a sharp look and more “evil” look. Behind updated lights and a diffuser. “We are looking for solutions that are both functional and beautiful. This is all the authenticity of the 2018-2019 Chevrolet », – commented on the small restyling supercar design director Tom Peters.
New Camaro Z / 28 additionally charged for sporty driving. The car in the asset recustomized chassis and reduced by 136 kilograms curb weight due to lightweight body parts, wheel discs, elements of interior and thin rear window. The aerodynamic package provides increased downforce and just highlights the Z / 28, among other modifications.
Recaro sport seats with suede trim has 5 point safety harness. This compartment is equipped with a manual transmission only. Air weighting attributed to the equipment and offer it only as an option. As for the version of Camaro 1LE, such a muscle car is easily recognizable by a black hood. Both cars are available for purchase in the US alone.
Due to the changes the model number has risen. Now the price of the 2018-2019 Chevrolet Camaro in Russia starts from 2,095,000 rubles for the car, complete with a 3.6-liter engine V6 power of 359 horsepower, and is paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Modification of the V-Eight volume of 6.2 liters, developing 432 horsepower capacity, will cost 2.681 million rubles. Inside, there is a compartment of information – MyLink infotainment system with seven-inch touch screen and a head-up display.