The 2014 version of the legendary American muscle car the Chevrolet Camaro, was supposed to come into human contact at the Frankfurt Auto Show. But the brand has released pictures and details of the Camaro which are now all over the internet, prior to its official unveiling. The American brand is using this German platform for the unveiling the Camaro to boost sales in the European car market. The Camaro, which is going to debut as the 2014 version has already been unveiled in the Coupe form called the Z/28 model.
Last year the 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible was unveiled in another European Auto Show called the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. With the addition of the 2014 Camaro to the European market this year, the company is planning to etch its mark in Europe. The new 2014 Camaro is not all that different from the previous versions excluding the Z/28, only a few aesthetic changes have been made. The changes include a more streamlined body for better stability and improved engine cooling at blistering speeds. The headlamps are slimmer and a bonnet scoop has been added, the rear also has similar miniature changes.
The base version of the car will still be powered by the 3.6 liter V6 with 323 horses. The Camaro SS will be mounted with a 6.2 liter V8 capable of delivering 426 HP (400 HP for the automatic version) which can also be prearranged in a 1 LE trim, with the convertible option. The ZL1 model is also equipped with a 6.2 liter V8 with a bit more power, 580 HP, there are no visual changes to this variant, because of the complex engine cooling structure in the front end. The Z/28 which was mentioned earlier will only be available in a Coupe form with a 7.0 liter V8 that can pump out 500 HP.