On the 65 Frankfurt Motor Show, Chevrolet will launch the new Camaro coupe and convertible versions. With quick, lowered silhouette and Chevrolet’s new MyLink radio, the latest edition of the famous sports car represents the most significant redesign since the introduction of the fifth generation Camaro as a concept car in 2006. “Camaro has always connected with the great design, high performance and fun to drive, and its new edition convertible and coupe versions are particularly proud of,” said Dr. Thomas Sedran, president and CEO of Chevrolet Europe. “It has a new high-technological features that provide additional benefits and give customers even more value for their money,” added Sedran.
The new Camaro is proud of the improvements in high-performantnoj aerodynamics that enable more efficient cooling and stability at high speeds. Power is supplied by the proven 6.2L V8 engine, which is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission or an automatic transmission. In the interior leather covered adjustable Recaro sports seats and can be chosen for the front of the coupe version.
Additional benefits include a new interior color display, overhead, and new Chevrolet MyLink radio, which is located in the center console. Radio has a 7-inch touch screen, full-color, high resolution, and has a clear icon-based menu. The new Camaro will appear in selected Ford dealerships across Europe later this year. With prices starting from $53,000 to $60,000 coupe and the convertible it is a convincing choice when it comes to drivers turning performance.