The slow drip of information on the 2016 Chevy Camaro continues.
GM says that the new Camaro is 28 percent stiffer than the current car and we already know that it will be about 200 lbs lighter than its predecessor. Chevy says that the more rigid body along with the weight loss has allowed them to better tune the car’s steering and has allowed them to reduce unsprung weight.
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Along with this info, Chevrolet has released two new photos of the car, revealing both the wheels and brakes. “The modeling abilities of computer aided engineering are advancing at incredible rates,” said Jim Karlavage, Camaro program engineering manager. “Today, we can accurately model opportunities to add torsional strength without adding unnecessary mass. The result is a lighter, stiffer structure that benefits every aspect of the driving experience.”
Chevrolet will reveal the 2016 Camaro on Saturday, May 16, during a public event at Detroit’s Belle Isle Park.
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