The 2016 Camaro looks particularly burly in SS trim.
The Camaro SS' 440 horsepower should help it be right at home on the track.
The new Camaro is shorter overall and significantly lighter than last year's model.
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro offers an all-new, fourth-generation 3.6-liter V-6 rated at an estimated 330 horsepower.
The new Camaro incorporates fuel-saving cylinder deactivation technology along with direct injection to balance performance with efficiency.
The Camaro's dash features ambient LED illumination and driver-switchable colors.
The outgoing Camaro had a cheap-feeling cabin. The redesigned model will need to overdeliver inside.
A six-speed manual transmission sits inside a redesigned center console. An automatic is also available.
The Camaro's interior can be had in more than the usual mix of black, gray or tan materials.
The 2016 Camaro features jewelry-like HVAC vent bezels.
The fifth-generation model is the first Camaro available with turbo four-cylinder power.
The new Camaro keeps its classic "long hood-short rear deck" proportions.
Chevrolet has kept the Camaro's gun-turret greenhouse intact, favoring aesthetics over visibility.
It can be hard to make a car look menacing in white, but the 2016 Camaro has no such issues.