Brake, and the entire Mustang plants and slows. Turn in, and the Mustang tracks precisely and quickly in the desired direction. Add power, and the rear sets and digs in, and the muscular V-8 pulls you from the corner with speed and symphonic glory. You don’t want to lift, and with this screamer you don’t often have to.
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.
The Camaro felt agile and was every bit as much fun to drive as the 2015 Corvette Stingray, plus you get a backseat as a bonus. For the first time the Camaro SS is available with Magnetic Ride Control, which reads the road and driver inputs 1,000 times per second while adjusting the dampers.
It’s a fun engine, pulling hard to its 7,000-rpm redline and propelling the car to what Chevrolet claims will be mid-13-second quarter-mile e.t.’s at 103 mph. Chevrolet has placed this engine between the base 275hp 2.0L turbo four (which was not yet available to drive) and the LT1, and will allow buyers to build highly optioned versions of the car with any powerplant.
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