We tried each of the settings, even Drag, which optimizes the suspension for hard launching. It does this by allowing quick rise of the nose, and at max extension the shocks firm up to hold the nose high for best possible traction. Then, once you’re underway, the nose settles and the suspension provides high-speed stability for the rest of your run.
“The Super Snake has a ton of content,” said Patterson. “We used much more carbon fiber then before, including the hood, rockers blades, rear wing, and the diffuser—this is no sticker package. We also took out weight in the exhaust by adding a Borla custom cat-back that saved 30 pounds.”
You’ll also find a new lower front splitter that works in unison with the ducted belly pan to enhance downforce, plus wider aluminum fenders that feature larger wheel openings to accommodate the GT350-specific front suspension with wider track and larger tires. “At the rear, much of the engineering was focused on creating an aggressive functional diffuser doing double duty to increase downforce and provide cooling air to the optional differential cooler, and a subtle lip spoiler across the trailing edge of the decklid increases downforce without adding excess drag,” said Baldori. The GT350 has benefited from wind-tunnel testing, and Ford said it produces twice the downforce of a Porsche GT3.
Our first drive was in a V6 model. It has a good exhaust note, if you’re into V6s. Its lower curb weight and improved power over the last-generation V6 make the car a much more spirited drive. The new 3.6L produces 335 hp and uses a larger bore and a shorter stroke than the last 3.6L, and it’s the first application of GM’s Active Fuel Management in a V6 Camaro, meaning the 3.6L will run as a V4 during light-throttle operation.
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