2015 Chevrolet Camaro
The sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro is expected to arrive as a 2015 or 2016 model year vehicle in 2015. The vehicle will be all-new (completely reengineered and redesigned) and is will be smaller and lighter than the fifth-generation model — improving the driving experience, performance, and fuel economy.
Here is some information we’ve gathered about the 6th-gen 2015 Camaro. This page is a continuous work-in-progress and will be updated on a regular basis as we await any official details from General Motors and Chevrolet.
As such, the next-gen Camaro is expected to shrink in size, be lighter, and offer better visibility than the outgoing model — all elements that will allow the vehicle to be more agile and driver-oriented. The improvements will be made possible by migrating the sixth-gen Camaro to an all-new vehicle architecture (platform).
Some insiders have described the sixth-gen Camaro as being more along the lines of the Hyundai Genesis Coupe — itself a highly-praised sports car.
A smaller, lighter, more nimble Camaro that is modern inside and out.
A notable shift in consumer preference in the mainstream performance (sports car) vehicle segment is provoking segment contenders to make the cars more approachable by downsizing, improving fuel economy, and improving the driving experience.
We expect the next-generation Camaro to be unveiled in 2015 as a 2015 (or possibly as a 2016) model year vehicle.
Full specs TBA.
The 2015 Camaro is expected to offer the following engine choices:
- 2.0 liter turbocharged I4 LTG
- 3.6 liter naturally aspirated V6 LFX
- New 3.6 liter twin turbo V6 LF3
- New 6.2 liter naturally aspirated V8 Small Block LT1
- New 7.0 liter naturally aspirated V8 Small Block (LS7 successor)
- New supercharged V8 Small Block
All engines will be direct injected and feature Variable Valve Timing, among other features.
While not much is known about the interior of the 2015 Camaro, the cabin of Chevy’s new affordable sports car is expected to be redesigned for better ergonomics, more high-technology, and an improved driver position while utilizing better materials throughout.
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The 2015 Camaro is widely expected to be a globally-available vehicle sold throughout the world, in markets that haven’t traditionally offered the vehicle.