The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro was, of course, revealed yesterday to much excitement and fanfare. We’ve already covered most of the major points in detail, but there’s still plenty left to talk about vis-a-vis the new driver-focused interior.
We’d had plenty of forewarning prior to the reveal of GM’s latest and greatest pony car that the exterior design would be much more evolutionary than revolutionary, and that’s inarguably the case. But until yesterday, we’d had no real idea what to anticipate from the 2016 Camaro’s cockpit design.
The new cockpit is certainly, unmistakably Camaro, retaining the same double-binnacle-style gauges, with more exaggerated peaks along the top of the dash. The door skins feature more contrast and intrigue than on the outgoing car, and the center console lid/arm rest more decisively splits the driver’s area from that of the front passenger. The HVAC outlets remain circular in shape, but now feature an attractive fan-blade-type graphic as opposed to the lateral fins on the previous car.
In short, while in broad strokes the interior of the new 2016 Camaro is essentially similar to that of the outgoing car, there’s still been plenty more revolution there than with regard to the exterior.
But ultimately, we want to hear from you. What do you think of the all-new, 2016 Chevrolet Camaro’s interior design? Is it hot? Or not?