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5th Gen. Chevvy Camaro

Posted by Oneyard

The return of the Camaro name has been anticipated by enthusiasts since fourth generation production ended in 2002. On 6 January, 2006, the first official word regarding a fifth generation Camaro from General Motors came at the 2006 North American International Auto Show, where the 2006 Camaro Concept was released. The concept car features the same formula the Camaro has also stuck with; 2-doors, 4-passenger, rear-wheel drive, coupe. The Camaro Concept is powered by a 400 hp (298 kW) 6.0 L (366.1 cu in) LS2 V8 with Active Fuel Management and is equipped with the T-56 six-speed manual transmission. Other features include a four-wheel independent suspension system, four-wheel disc brakes with 14 in (356 mm) rotors and four-piston calipers, and 21 in (533 mm) front / 22 in (559 mm) rear wheels covered in huge 275/30/R21 front and 305/30/R22 rear tires. Source: Wikipedia
So far.. This car is one of the solid car that I have.. What I mean by solid are.. the build.. the look.. Everything about this car seems to be solid.. It is a really nice car.. Also before i forgot.. This car also featured in the live-action Transformers movie as a yellow with black stripe Camaro Concept.. (Sadly.. I dont have any yellow Camaro..)
Although the fifth-generation Camaro is not yet being produced, nor has a production version even been shown publicly, the new muscle car is already appearing in different mediums. In the 2007 live-action Transformers movie, the character Bumblebee is portrayed as a yellow 1976 Camaro that, midway through the film, becomes a fifth-generation Camaro. Source: Wikipedia

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1 comments:

fairuz said...

this monster looks good in real life