The first thing you notice when driving the new Camaro is how solid it feels, even more so than the fifth gen. According to GM, it’s 30-percent stiffer and after a few miles we believe it. We’ve driven the 2015 Corvette and this has that same high quality feel to it.
After our road trip, we took our SS to Addiction Motorsports in Canoga Park, California and made a couple of dyno runs. As the engine warmed up, we got our best number, 405 hp and 405 lb-ft of torque, suggesting that the LT1’s new tri-Y exhaust manifolds are doing a good job of scavenging exhaust, with torque output remaining above 350 lb-ft from the dyno pull’s start at 1,800 rpm all the way to 6,000 rpm.
It’s been well documented that Carroll Shelby always said his favorite car was “the next one.” And when it comes to Shelby in 2015 (well, almost 2016), the next one is the Shelby GT EcoBoost. While most Mustang enthusiasts are floored by the 750-plus horsepower Super Snake, Shelby has now put its touches on the newest member of the pony lineup, the EcoBoost Mustang.
The GT350 is hunkered down and poised to attack. The entire nose has been reshaped. The nose has a greater slope and meets with the aluminum hood, which is tightly wrapped around the engine and sports a functional heat extractor.
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