2013 Chevrolet Camaro UK price review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 12 June 2013 , 13:06:32 byAngela

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Chevrolet Camaro UK price

According to Chevrolet, the new, redesigned Camaro will be available in the UK from a starting price of GBP35.320. The model will go on sale across Europe towards the end of this year and the price mentioned above is for the coupe version that comes with a manual transmission. The convertible model also comes with a manual gearbox and the UK price starts at GBP40.320. First deliveries will reach their destinations as of November this year. This new Camaro is the most important redesign since the introduction of the 5th generation Camaro as a concept car in 2006. The model features a revised exterior appearance that integrates high-performance aerodynamics, allowing for more efficient cooling and stability at high speeds. To be more precise, the front fascia has a wider lower grille and a narrower upper grille, while the functional hood vent helps reduce heat and aerodynamic lift.

Under the hood, the model hides a 6.2-liter engine capable of generating 432 horsepower is paired with a 6-speed short-throw manual transmission and capable of producing 405 horsepower if coupled with the automatic transmission. This has TAP shift functionality. As standard, the engineers have offered remote keyless entry and customers can also opt for remote engine start functionality on the automatic variants. The new Camaro also comes with Chevrolet MyLink technology with a 7-inch touch-screen, rear-view camera and a voice recognition system that helps drivers keep their eyes on the road and hands on the steering wheel. Also, as optional, drivers can also choose to have a navigation system with Europe wide coverage.

The company was founded in 1911 in Detroit and has managed to become number four in the world in terms of car manufacturers which is more than impressive. The specialists manage to sell more then 5 million cars and trucks in more than 140 countries each year.