But let’s be honest, all the stats in the world don’t matter a bit. What’s important is how the car drives and performs. We were invited to drive the new Camaro on the second leg of Chevrolet’s epic Find New Roads (#findnewroads) event. This is a series of drives, over the course of four weeks, where the Camaros will traverse all 48 contiguous states. We showed up in Syracuse New York, were handed the keys to a new 2SS 2016 Camaro, and told to show up in Boston Massachusetts sometime the next day. Hey, it’s a tough job, but somebody had to do it.
“The final product is essentially an all-new powerplant unique to GT350, and one that takes true advantage of the new chassis dynamics of the Mustang platform,” said Hameedi. “The new 5.2L V-8 engine is the first-ever production V-8 from Ford with a flat-plane crankshaft, an architecture typically found only in racing applications or exotic European sports cars.
Just like the S550 Mustang, backseat passengers sacrifice some legroom in the latest generation of Chevy’s ponycar. If a tall passenger is seated up front, either they or their backseat counterpart will have to compromise comfort. With our colleagues back at their desks, we dropped the rear seats flat to access the trunk pass-though, filled the car with luggage, and headed north on Highway 101 toward Santa Cruz. Enjoy the office, chumps!
We fired up a red Track Pack–equipped GT350 and hit the road for about three hours of highway bliss. The race-inspired Recaro seats clinch you tightly, and we loved the feel of the Alcantara-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel. Shifting the new Tremec six-speed is smooth and positive, even when throwing gears at the 8,250 rpm redline.
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