The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro has plenty to hone in on and take a magnifying glass to. But here, we’re going to look at one of the newest elements to the 2016 Camaro: the array of driver modes available.
The addition of the driver mode selector adds a touch of class to the 2016 Camaro, giving those who pilot the latest Camaro the option to customize their driving experience to which environment currently suits them best. This is something Camaro chief engineer, Al Oppenheiser, has detailed once before.
The driver mode selector offers three selections for the turbocharged four-cylinder models and the V6, while the SS model, featuring the LT1 6.2-liter V8 engine, gains one extra setting.
Snow/Ice, Tour and Sport are available for those who choose the turbo-four or V6 engines, while Track is reserved for the SS variant.
With a quick flick, attributes such as throttle progression, the automatic transmission performance algorithm and the engine sound management may all be amplified, or repressed. Even the ambient lighting may be changed depending on how you’d like your Camaro to behave.
Features like the driver mode selector allow the 2016 Camaro to feel more coveted, and it underscores Chevrolet’s feelings about the 2o16 Camaro: attainability.
The 2016 Camaro will be packed with new technology, and some of the most impressive engines seen to date on the nameplate. The driver selector modes are only a small piece of the entire 2016 Camaro formula.