The new Camaro features a revised exterior appearance that integrates high-performance aerodynamics, allowing for more efficient cooling and stability at high speeds. The design aims to give the Camaro a more contemporary look. At the front there is a wider lower grille and a narrower upper grille, while the functional bonnet vent helps reduce heat and aerodynamic lift. At the rear, a sculptural deck lid, horizontal lamps and diffuser complete the facelift.
So what sort of power do you get for your £35k? Well, the Camaro's 6.2-litre engine produces 432PS coupled to the short-throw manual transmission, and when combined with the automatic transmission, which has TAP-shift available too.
Remote keyless entry is standard, and customers can opt for remote engine start functionality on the automatic variants. Deliveries to the UK will be left-hand drive only, but don’t let that put you off.
Chevrolet MyLink technology comes as standard, with a seven-inch touch-screen, rear-view camera and a voice recognition system that helps the driving experience by offering a practical and easy way to control the media in the car. There is also an optional Europe-wide sat-nav available to complete the comms package.