As acceleration and top speeds climb, we need to reduce lift for better high-speed stability. However, we cannot make any changes at the expense of increasing drag, which can hurt fuel economy. To balance these different aerodynamic targets, we tested literally hundreds of changes on the new Camaro, millimeters at a time.”
Cruising the back roads and highways was great, but we also wanted to see how it did in city driving so we drove into downtown Boston at rush hour. The clutch was easy on the legs and worked well to get the car moving in stop and go traffic. We really appreciated the hill-assist mode when having to negotiate any less-than-level roads. Like the fifth-gen, the 2016 has that high beltline, and short window we’ve never fallen in love with.
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.
The suspension is either connected to Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tires on the GT350 or extra-special Sport Cup 2 tires on the R. “Due to the significant speeds the car can develop, the GT350 features the most track-credible brake system ever offered on a Ford vehicle,” said Baldori.
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