January 28, 2015
- The latest rumor bouncing around the Internet this morning: The Corvette Z06 lapped the Nurburgring in a scarcely believable 6 minutes 59 seconds, just two seconds off the might Porsche 918 hypercar. Don't believe it. Those rumors are bunk, and for the record, so is the one about Ford's GT350R Mustang managing a time 5 seconds faster than the Camaro Z/28.
- UPDATE: It sounded too good to be true and now a Chevrolet spokesman has confirmed the time is not correct. Earlier this week we received word that the 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R had lapped the Nürburgring in a time of 7:32.19, which if accurate would mean the car is substantially quicker than Chevrolet’s Camaro Z/28 around a track...
- The highest performing Chevrolet that isn't a Camaro or Corvette is the little-known, low-volume SS, a rear-wheel-drive sedan imported from Australia. This is a new version of the platform that underpinned the Pontiac G8.
January 27, 2015
- From the owner's manual: "If your Camaro should become stuck on a beach, push OnStar, and a representative will stay with you until you are satisfiably humiliated."
January 26, 2015
- Rumor has it that Ford has already taken its new Shelby GT350R to one of the world’s most famous race tracks. According to Car Buzz, the Shelby GT350R has managed to lap the Nürburgring in 7:32.19, beating out the Chevy Camaro Z/28’s time of 7:37.47. Power numbers for the Shelby are still unknown, though the company says it will make... The post Shelby GT350R Beats Camaro Z/28 Around the ‘Ring? appeared first on AutoGuide.com News.
January 22, 2015
- Camaro, Corvette, Tahoe, Colorado and Silverado.
- Kelley Blue Book today awarded Best Resale Value Awards to five Chevrolet models. Camaro, Corvette and Tahoe topped their categories while the Colorado and Silverado earned awards for being in the Top 10 overall of expected retained value after five years.
January 21, 2015
- Adam Martin was 16 and green when he picked up his 1968 Camaro. Now, he's a passionate restorer.
- Will it daily drive?