2016 Camaro Hood

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The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro design is defined by complex shapes such as the hood, which is formed with smooth, curved surfaces separated by sharp creases.

For the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, the design team set out to create a leaner, more athletic design that complemented the new driving experience.

“The Camaro went to the gym and came out with a lithe, more athletic physique for the sixth generation,” said Ed Welburn, vice president, GM Global Design. “It’s a more expressive evolution of the Camaro’s iconic character – and one that complements its leaner size and sharper reflexes.”

The exterior design vocabulary is defined by complex shapes, which appear to be form-fitted around the mechanical components. Every shape and surface detail is a skilled, artistic collaboration of hand and digital sculpting.

Camaro’s new design details draw the eye into the design. For example, the new aluminum hood features powerful, smoothly curved sculpted forms accented with sharp creases. As a result, the hood appears to be shrink-wrapped around the engine.

Similarly, the new Camaro retains the broad, dramatic rear fenders that became a defining feature of the award-winning Gen 5 Camaro. The design is updated with greater detailing, including a subtle crease running parallel to the fender edge. The effect makes the new Camaro look even lower and wider despite having a slightly smaller footprint than its predecessor.

Chevrolet will introduce the all-new, 2016 Camaro on Saturday, May 16, during a special public event at Detroit’s Belle Isle Park.

2016 Camaro Exterior

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For the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, the design team set out to create a leaner, more athletic design that complemented the new driving experience.

“The Camaro went to the gym and came out with a lithe, more athletic physique for the sixth generation,” said Ed Welburn, vice president, GM Global Design. “It’s a more expressive evolution of the Camaro’s iconic character – and one that complements its leaner size and sharper reflexes.”

The exterior design vocabulary is defined by complex shapes, which appear to be form-fitted around the mechanical components. Every shape and surface detail is a skilled, artistic collaboration of hand and digital sculpting.

Camaro’s new design details draw the eye into the design. For example, the new aluminum hood features powerful, smoothly curved sculpted forms accented with sharp creases. As a result, the hood appears to be shrink-wrapped around the engine.

Similarly, the new Camaro retains the broad, dramatic rear fenders that became a defining feature of the award-winning Gen 5 Camaro. The design is updated with greater detailing, including a subtle crease running parallel to the fender edge. The effect makes the new Camaro look even lower and wider despite having a slightly smaller footprint than its predecessor.

Chevrolet will introduce the all-new, 2016 Camaro on Saturday, May 16, during a special public event at Detroit’s Belle Isle Park.

New Stingray and Jay Leno, and 5-0

Sweet Z06… MMMMMMM

American Guns is BACK, after being pulled for “anti-gun” reasons…

Glad to see Rich and the family back on YouTube.com – they’ve had a lot of bad press lately and lost the show over politics and anti-gun hatred..

Here’s one of the latest episodes….. even if you aren’t a gun fanatic – Rich has a little to say about Ford owners… watch from about 2:00 – 4:00 in, although you may want to watch the whole thing because it’s entertaining, and it may apply to you , if not today – SOME DAY!

I would have LOVED to sell Rich or his family a Camaro or new Stingray… well, in a way I can since I still have ties to the dealership!

Check it out, and all the episodes

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NEW MUSTANG GT350 DYNO VIDEO RELEASED – CAMAROSCOTTY.COM EXCLUSIVE ! ! !

LION EATS CAMARO ! ! !

Not a pretend Detroit Lion either…. a REAL LION!

C7 Stingray seats Vs C6 Vette

Like I said in my Stingray review – the C7 seats ROCK!  Here’s why:

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Worlds Greatest Drag Race – with Camaro Z/28

C7 Corvette Stingray Test Drive…..

Thanks to a friend of mine, I had an opportunity to really bond with the new C7. The more I see this car, the more I am bonding with it. But instead of just a 10 second sitting in the driver’s seat as I did at the Chicago Auto Show, I drove this one! The first thing that amazed me was, I actually had to move the seat forward! I haven’t had this feeling since the C5, and the C6 just did not go back enough, so SCORE right out of the box! Everything else about this car is precision. You can tell by the sound, this is a Corvette. Smooth shifting, amazing kick your keester acceleration, and amazingly from the new seats, a VERY comfortable ride. I don’t have any doubts I could drive this car for hours. Even with my “larger” framed body, these seats are a win. I do agree with Al, the cars owner, that it is best to take your wallet out of your back pocket before driving – especially if it is like mine.

I didn’t track drive this car – you know what, I didn’t feel the need. I KNOW it’s there. The C6 was a very capable car. Anyone familiar with it will know as soon as they drive the C7, everything is there and even more. A new model is supposed to have improvements over its previous model – for the Corvette, they have succeeded. Beautiful well laid out gauges, comfortable steering wheel….this car feels like it was built around me. I wonder why people would pay more for another car and not have no where near the resume this car has.

When I got one of the first Camaro’s in my area, it was fun to get the thumbs up from people as you drive by. I got that and more. I noticed most everyone I drove by paused and looked at the car as it went by. It certainly draws more attention….just coast in gear and make the engine pop pop pop as it slows…..it draws them in so they can’t look away.

We took a few pictures and then I came home in my Chevy Cruze. But for a moment today, I felt like a kid again. Thanks Al for the opportunity! The Chevrolet Corvette is an American Dream – you shouldn’t hesitate to live it.

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Congrats to our good friend, Mike Judge ! ! !

Mike Judge is having a work anniversary.
31 years this August at General Motors of Canada !

Congrats Mike on your years of service and for the thousands of things you went above and beyond on for Camaro owners all over the world! It was a pleasure meeting you – and I look forward to my next opportunity to visit you in Canada again… perhaps in 2015!

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