Well, this is a surprise; the all new Chevrolet Camaro appears on CNBC Squawk Box
Run up to the all new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro we had been put through numerous teasers, previews, and endless waiting, the car suddenly makes an appearance on the morning TV at CNBC. It was a surprising because the Camaro of sixth generation was scheduled to appear at Belle Isle in Detroit at 4 PM, and reasons for it appearing on the Squawk Box completely uncovered unfathomable. However, we know how the car looks like now.
What is clear is the evolutionary styling of Camaro, which shows at first sight. There are LED running lights, slimmer headlights, deeper front intake, but, all in all, this latest model looks like the outgoing fifth generation car in a seven-eighth scale. The difference in size is not illusionary because the car has been built on the lighter Alpha architecture with rear wheel drive. The Cadillac ATS has the same underpinning, and the earlier Camaro was shaped on the trimmed down Zeta platform. The car which appeared on the financial reporting of CNBC was only offered a few glimpses, and full details of the specifications are awaited.
Apart from the exclusive debut of Camaro, CNBC was offered the treat of a hot lap at Belle Isle partly and the 2016 Camaro prototype equipped with a V-6 can be viewed on the video posted on the website. Here we have some surprises for you. Yes, the Camaro with V-6 produced wicked sounds and secondly the car shown at the CNBC show was with a manual stick. This is heartening news for the conventionalists.
Right now you can watch the Camaro’s run at the Grand Prix course of Belle Isle, and keep an eye on the page as we would be providing you with more Camaro info as and when it filters down to us.