Personalization is becoming a big trend in the automotive world. Buyers are looking for more features to make their car feel unique and different from any other on the road. The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is no different and besides an incoming of aftermarket parts, the 2016 Camaro can be tailored as soon as you step inside.
Al Oppenheiser, Camaro chief engineer, explains just how owners will be able to suit their car to their liking straight from the factory. And we’re not talking about special appearance packages, or decals. We’re talking about the features found on the 2016 Camaro regardless.
Oppenheiser gives an example of the new “mode colors,” which may be personalized depending on which driving mode is selected via the dial. Blue is standard on touring mode, but maybe you’d like green. No problem, says Oppenheiser.
Other features ready to be tweaked per the driver’s input are the exhaust note, the steering and the throttle response.
The addition of these features comes from many hours of input from current Camaro owners, and Oppenheiser says he and the Camaro team visited many shows to hear input on what owners have done, and what they would like from a new Camaro.
The 2016 Camaro is a people’s car through and through, and we can’t wait to experience the final product first hand. In the meantime, check out with Oppenheiser has to say down below.