Regulars here would probably know that we are pretty excited about the upcoming 2014 Chevrolet Camaro SS facelift that is slated to make its public debut on March 27.
It may be noted that the original Camaro was launched way back in 1966 and was GM’s answer to the highly popular Ford Mustang. However, the Camaro could hardly make a dent on Mustang’s popularity and the latter outsold the Camaro with a sales performance ratio of 3:1. The Camaro was resurrected in 2009 and came with an aggressive pricing, a well thought of marketing campaign that involved showcasing the car in the Transformers flick and a great exterior design. Thanks to all this, the car became a great success and has been almost flying out of GM dealerships. The car got such a huge response that it managed to outsell the new Ford Mustang!
The new Camaro has been in business since four years now and the carmaker is now close to introducing the Camaro facelift.
The redesigned 2014 Chevrolet Camaro SS was unveiled on the TV recently. The car can be seen with a new front end styling that has a new set of headlamps, a much slimmer grille, a new bumper and black air vents at the center of the hood.
The interiors of the car might get only a slight change with new upholstery and some new tid-bits.
The Camaro will continue to offer the three engine options:
A 323-horsepower V-6-for the LS coupe and LT coupe and convertible
A 426-horsepower 6.2L V-8 for Camaro SS
A 580-horsepower supercharged motor for Camaro ZL1 coupe and convertible.
Via Camaro5 forum