In moving to the sixth-generation Alpha-platform 2016 Camaro, Chevrolet was working with a bit less space than before. This meant the design team had to get a bit creative with the interior packaging to keep it looking clutter-free, especially in regards to the climate control system.
Rather than adding in dials to the dash to control the air flow and temperature of the heating and air vents, Chevrolet integrated them intro the two centrally located air vents. The silver trim on the vents are actually dials, each controlling its respective side of the car’s air temperature. They could have put two extra buttons on the dash, but it wouldn’t have looked nearly as good.
This innovative solution is only one of the small things that impressed on in the cabin of the 2016 Camaro. The progression from the fifth-generation car to the sixth in regards to interior build quality and refinement is comparable to the improvements made from the C6 Corvette to the C7, or maybe even better. If fifth-generation Camaro owners aren’t sold on the looks and performance, thier interest will probably grow after spending a short time in the comfortable and more upscale interior.