1) Chevrolet Camaro
Chevy rolled out the Camaro in 1966 to compete with Ford’s Mustang. After four generations of evolution and production Camaro practically became a household name.
In 2016 Chevy unveiled the sixth generation Camaro to mark the car’s 50th year. Chevy has also promised further enhancements with “new surprises throughout the year”.
The designers made a lot of changes. Chevy claims that more than 70% of the car’s architectural components are now unique to it. The car is being offered with three engine variants. The smallest of these is a 2.0 litre turbocharged inline-four producing 275 hp. The largest is the 6.2 litre LT1 V8 with an output of 455 hp. The ZL1 model of the Camaro has an even bigger powerhouse which was taken from the Corvette Z06. Transmission options include six speed manual and eight speed automatic.
The 6th gen Camaro weighs 200 lb less than its earlier version. The smaller lighter architecture was thoroughly wind tunnel tested to optimize aerodynamics.