My best source–Deep bulbul-I recently told me the sad story of the sixth-generation Camaro Z/28 who was stillborn, almost, but never. I have to say something. Yes, friends, Chevrolet is ready to create an absolutely brilliant follow-up product, Best Driving Car Award The fifth-generation Camaro Z/28. Not anymore. upset? You didn’t even hear the details.
Car trend Scott Evans, Angus McKenzie and I have been talking about the so-called “Engine Hall of Fame” for a long time. My first voting record has always been the powerful LS7 7.0-liter V-8 General Motors.First seen in The sixth generation Corvette Z06, 505 horsepower humdinger eventually gradually dropped to Camaro Z/28. This The results are shocking. To quote me: “But it’s not just a series of designer parts, and the Z/28 is not a tuner. It’s definitely one of the best track-focused cars in the world.” Guess what? The new one will be better.
why? The naturally aspirated, flat crank, 5.5-liter V-8 from the upcoming Corvette Z06 will power the new Z/28 (and possibly more than 600 horses). Let it sink. Now, are you ready to get angry? Due to packaging reasons, there is no way to manufacture C8 with a manual gearbox. This car has a mid-engined, so the transaxle is behind the engine, which means that any gearshift link must pass through the engine. On Camaro, the gearbox will be located between the engine and the driven wheels, which makes manual gearboxes not only possible, but also possible. That’s great, isn’t it? Oh yes, it didn’t happen.
why not? “Yeah, it’s so sad,” Deep Boble groaned. “They screwed up the sixth generation [Camaro’s] modeling. “Yes, friends, Chevrolet makes the current Camaro unattractive It led to the premature death of Camaro, the greatest of all time, who will undoubtedly go down in history. “[Chevy is] It’s like,’We can’t believe it has no sales. It is much better than the competition. ‘” This is true. Not only the sixth generation Camaro won the 2016 Car of the Year Award, But it beat its main competitor Ford Mustang Every comparison test I can think of it. “[Chevy] Didn’t realize that most people buy styling instead of performance. “Shame, shame.