The Chevrolet Camaro SS 2016 is the 6th generation Chevrolet Camaro and it is smarter, quieter, lighter, and faster than its predecessors. Simply put, this car is assembled in a much better way that it now has a greater power-to-weight ratio than its bitter rival, the Ford Mustang. Besides, this car also has an underpinning that rivals that of the Cadillac. In terms of the car’s weight, the Chevrolet Camaro SS V6 and V8 model is lighter than its predecessor last year by approximately 200 to 300 pounds. The reason behind the weight reduction is attributed to the rear-drive chassis used in the Chevrolet Camaro SS that is similar to the Cadillac’s. Despite the wheels being half an inch wider, it is six ounces lighter.
In order to showcase the car as being lighter than its predecessor, Chevrolet has made the external appearance of the car slim and fit through the reduction of visual mass. LEDs (light-emitting diodes) were used to replace the fog lights, the air intake is more sleek and pronounced, and the grille and headlights are narrower. The back of the car was designed to have a slim cut by having the taillights tilted upward and the bumper protrudes slightly more. The effort put in by Chevrolet to make the new Camaro lean with a close cut, especially around the car’s midsection and its posterior, has proven to be a sight to behold.
The Chevrolet Camaro SS is surprisingly quiet when it is cruising. Some might even call it laid back or restrained. Upon pushing in the 6th gear, the car produces a muffled noise. Despite that, even at 120mph (miles per hour), one can still have a conversation with anyone in the car without noise interruption. In comparison to the previous Camaro, the Camaro SS is more responsive and quicker in terms of steering. This attribute gives drivers the sense of a light fleeted car cruising with ease.