Chevrolet Camaro, cars of America's most popular sport, the pace of improvements to extend the model of 2012 years.
Other highlights include an enhanced version of its standard direct-injection 3.6 V-6 engine, a new performance suspension package fe4 SS coupe and a series of design and technology advancements, such as the revised design dashboard, steering wheel for the new camera system reverse.
The improvements come in time for the 45th anniversary of the Camaro, which will be celebrated with the launch of the anniversary special edition Chevrolet Camaro 45. Continuing the tradition of the Camaro models anniversary, 45th anniversary special edition performs all the updates for 2012, along with other unique design elements inside and out.
"The attractive design of the Camaro and performance has led to the top of its segment," said Rick Scheidt, Chevrolet marketing vice president. "By 2012, we are capitalizing on this momentum to improve performance and comfort of the Camaro."
They arrive in the early months of 2012 is high-performance Camaro ZL1, the most technologically advanced car ever developed in its class.
Class-leading 3.6-liter V-6
New Camaro 3.6L direct injection V-6 - the engine LFX - goes into production in summer 2011. It delivers a SAE-certified 323 hp (241 kW) at 6,800 rpm - an increase of 11 horsepower (8 kW) for the 2011 engine without compromising fuel economy.