2012 CHEVROLET CAMARO 45TH SPECIAL EDITION
Chevrolet Camaro offers a host of improvements to celebrate the iconic pony car’s 45th anniversary. The 3.6-liter V6 engine has been upgraded to develop 323 horsepower at 6,800 rpm, an increase of 11 horsepower over the 2011 engine while fuel consumption remains at 30 mpg (7.84 l/100 km) on the highway.
It is for 2012 model, the revised engine is 20.5 pounds (9.3 kg) lighter and benefits from a thorough rework, including new cylinder head design, larger intake valves, new fuel pump and optimized-flow fuel injectors, among other changes.
In addition, the interior of Camaro concern the revamped instrument panel with different graphics and trim, a new steering wheel design, and a power lift feature for the passenger seat. The feature is the Rear Vision Package, which consists of a rearview camera system. On the outside, the 2012 Camaro gets a new rear spoiler and the RS appearance taillamps as standard.
Chevrolet will also launch a 45th Anniversary Special Edition Camaro, set to be unveiled on April 15 in Arizona at the Camaro5 Fest II. The anniversary package will be offered on the top two trim levels (2LT and 2SS), for both coupe and convertible models. Special edition Camaros carry over all the 2012 upgrades and feature a unique rally stripe in red and silver painted over the Carbon Flash Metallic paint.
2012 Chevrolet Camaro 45th Special Edition comes with the new 20-inch dark silver wheels, RS-style taillamp lenses, fog lamp and taillamp bezels finished in dark silver, standard rear spoiler and HID headlamps and body-color roof molding.
2012 GEIGER CHEVROLET CAMARO SUPER SPORT
German aftermarket specialist Geiger Cars that decided to spice up pony car of Chevrolet Camaro SS. The result is the Camaro Super Sport HP 564, an upgraded version of the standard car that attracts attention foremost for its flamboyant black and green paint scheme.
The Camaro Super Sport with an aero kit comprising of a front spoiler lip, side skirts and a redesigned rear bumper that features a large air diffuser. The huge 22-inch black alloy wheels as well as the black central stripe and the black racing numbers on the doors contrast with the green paint job. On top of the rear fenders, the Geiger Camaro sports a “Supercharged” logo, which hints at how the engineers managed to increase the output of the 6.2-liter V8 engine.
Beside the V8 engine, Geiger Cars specialists also optimizing the engine software and adding a Geiger stainless steel sport exhaust system. The result is an output of 564 horsepower, or 138 ponies more than what the standard car has to offer.