2016 Camaro May Shed Weight, Get Downsized Engines Hints Chief Engineer

Colum Wood
by Colum Wood
2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Convertible (l to r) and 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. (01/17/2012)
Colum Wood
Colum Wood

With AutoGuide from its launch, Colum previously acted as Editor-in-Chief of Modified Luxury & Exotics magazine where he became a certifiable car snob driving supercars like the Koenigsegg CCX and racing down the autobahn in anything over 500 hp. He has won numerous automotive journalism awards including the Best Video Journalism Award in 2014 and 2015 from the Automotive Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC). Colum founded Geared Content Studios, VerticalScope's in-house branded content division and works to find ways to integrate brands organically into content.

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  • Allen Austin Allen Austin on Mar 14, 2012

    Please don't put a 4 cylinder motor in this car. It would ruin any integrity that has been established by Chevrolet. We need to think more out of the box. Have you considered the possibility of the use of the e-assist engine in this vehicle to enhance the fuel economy as well as boost the power output.

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    • Wallace Wallace on Aug 24, 2013

      I got a Chevy Volt and fully tested it for EMF's. It does not put out any more EMF's than my gas car. Maybe even a little less.

  • Dave Dave on Jun 06, 2013

    Yes, Please slim down the 2016 camaro (less weight and definitly make it about 3 inches narrower. By making it smaller, it will handle and corner alot better. This will also incease mpg without reducing power. Keep the same general design as the 2013 (love the side profile). If GM does this I will be the first one in line to buy.

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