Chevrolet company presented an all-new special edition at 2015 SEMA Show, named 2016 Chevrolet Camaro Red Line. Chevrolet has recently found itself in a bind to introduce a line of Red Line Series concept vehicles, which has ultimately resulted in the 2016 Camaro Red Line. It will display all the new accessories made available on time, it features more personalization options than ever before.
The Camaro itself has already been on the receiving end of many Chevrolet components, and this trend will only continue in the future. In fact, customization is one of the biggest advantages on offer.
Chevy Red Line Design – Inside & Outside
The 2016 Chevrolet Red Line is a part of a concept series with four other vehicles. They all share several external features, including the 20-inch wheels with Satin Graphite (red accents), the distinctive hash mark on the front bumpers, and the “Camaro” badge is one of the main telltale signs – not that you’d need one to recognize it. True to its name, red will be the distinctive color of the entire series.
The grille has red inserts as you might expect, even if you have to buy them separately, along with the black bowtie emblems, and the smoked taillights which seem to be worth the expense. However, the car wouldn’t be very customizable if you could only get it in red, so there is an entire palette for you to choose from.
Unfortunately, the Red Line Series doesn’t include interior add-ons, so the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro Red Line won’t bring anything new to the table that you wouldn’t see in a regular Camaro. Of course, this does not include premium floor mats and sill plates, which you’ll most likely have to buy separately as well. On the upside, Camaro’s interior has been thoroughly redesigned, so assuming you’re switching from an older vehicle (an older Camaro perhaps), there should be plenty of things to keep you occupied.
Under the Hood
Chevrolet didn’t give us much information in the engine department, although we could venture a guess that the entire concept has a “V-6” vibe about it. Specifically, a 3.6-liter V-6, that is capable of achieving 335 horsepower and 284 pound-feet of torque, making it one of the strongest V-6 types on the market. The top speed would be around 155 mph.
Although, the Red Line does not involve performance booster kits, although stronger engines, like a V-8, might be on offer. The suspension is slightly lower and the brakes have been updated, which is always a good news.
|Horsepower @ RPM||335|
|Torque @ RPM||284|
|Top Speed||155 mph|
2016 Chevrolet Camaro Red Line Price & Release Date
Chevrolet hasn’t given us any figures to work with, although given the nature of the series, the car should not be that much expensive from a regular model, unless you decide to go crazy with the additional equipment. Since customization is the name of the game, you should expect a plethora of simple, non-essential gadgets and other quirky additions specifically designed to get the maximum amount of money out of your pocket.
The release date of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro Red Line is in 2016, although pinpointing the exact part may be tricky at this point.
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