Chevrolet Camaro SS tried on a carbon suitJuly 30, 2018
Replacing the drainage elements of the body Chevrolet Camaro SS on the alternative from Anderson Composites allowed to reduce the weight of the sports coupe, however, exactly how much is not reported. The car received a carbon hood, front splitter and wings, thresholds, and a spoiler, diffuser and a substrate for a license plate are installed on the stern.
The combination of the standard blue body color and carbon texture gives the Camaro SS a stunning look, highlighted by a set of new 19-inch CCW Concave CVM10 wheels, tucked into Continental ExtremeDW tires.
The car was also equipped with anti-roll bars RPM 6pt, and sports seats Sparco Pro 2000 complete with racing belts.
There are also technical upgrades concerning suspension and brakes. The tuning program includes the installation of JRI shock absorbers, Detroit Speed coilovers and Eibach springs. In addition, the front wheels were equipped with 15-inch Wilwood Aerolight wheels with six-piston calipers – rear four-piston calipers.
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In the engine compartment, a number of improvements were also made – the inlet system was upgraded with Injen components, parts from the SLP Performance catalog, the Corsa exhaust system and so on were added. Unfortunately, what has changed as a result of these manipulations is not reported. Recall, the stock Chevrolet Camaro SS is equipped with a V8 LT1 engine in volume of 6.2 liters, the output of which is 455 hp and 617 Nm of torque. It is standardized with a six-speed manual transmission Tremec, or optionally with an eight-speed automatic transmission Hydra-Matic 8L45.
Note last year in the US market was sold 67,940 coupe Chevrolet Camaro. The result is not bad, but somewhat worse than the main competitor – the Ford Mustang sold 81,866 pieces, although slightly better than another competitor – the sales volume of the Dodge Challenger was 64,537 cars.