The 2011 Chevrolet Camaro ranks 2 out of 4 Muscle Cars. This ranking is based on our analysis of 20 published reviews and test drives of the Chevrolet Camaro, and our analysis of reliability and safety data.
The Big Three are at war, battling for the coveted title of baddest muscle car on the block. As the competition heats up, General Motors is showing no signs of backing down. For 2011, Chevrolet ups the ante with performance figures that it believes are more reflective of the Camaro’s performance abilities and, even better, a gorgeous convertible body style. The Camaro was named Motor Trend's "Car of the Year" in 2010.
Last year, the new Camaro was everywhere, from the silver screen to Wal-Mart parking lots, reasserting its rightful place in American pop culture. While its cutting-edge styling and nostalgic appeal won an immediate fan base, its raw muscle and performance abilities attracted legions more. "After years of anticipation, Chevy's new Camaro not only lives up to the hype but also redefines what a muscle car can be," writes Edmunds.
It's been a long time coming, but the Chevrolet Camaro is only a few months away from being launched in the UK. We’ve driven American versions of the coupe before, but this latest version boasts a bespoke suspension and steering set-up for UK and European roads, and the styling has been revised, too.
The wedge-shaped front end - with its squared off, deeply recessed headlights and purposeful bonnet bulge – is as striking as ever, while at the back the UK version gets a unique set of LED tail-lights that mirror the lights up front, and a set of chrome exhaust tips similar to those seen on the Corvette Z06.
The 426bhp 6.2-litre LS3 V8 under the bonnet is also derived from the Corvette, and it sends drive to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox. THe thumping V8 dominates the driving experience – it rumbles ominously on start-up, and the mountain of torque it offers means that the Camaro’s straight-line performance certainly lives up to its menacing looks.
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The word legendary is thrown around far too often by people. Every so often, however, the term is appropriate. In the case of the Toyota Truck of the 1980s, the title certainly was. The good news is Toyota seems to realize it and recently revealed a Toyota Truck Concept vehicle that was essentially an early 1980s Toyota Truck!
The Toyota Truck of the 1980s was so iconic that it didn’t even need a fancy name. No, it was just “the truck.” The truck was great because it was actually a compact truck and had reliability that simply was amazing. The key was the 22R engine that just ran and ran and ran and well, you get the idea. The truck is still seen driving around everywhere you look. The 22R stock engine is still running in many of them with only the occasional timing belt change, tune up and oil change being done. A truly amazing vehicle!
Dodge was a model produced by Chrysler Corporation, which built several automobiles. Among the Dodge model cars, the Dodge Charger car was a sports model produced between 1966 and 1974. In the 1970s, this model was considered as one of the largest muscled cars available in the automobile market. The car was designed by Burt Bouwkamp, the Chief Engineer of Dodge during the 1960s.
The 1970 Dodge Charger was a special model car in the sense that this was the second generation Charger that was the last in that series of models. It had a large wraparound type of chrome bumper. The grill was not divided in the middle like the earlier models. The old vacuum headlight doors were replaced by new electric headlight doors and the side markers were also changed to real lights. The taillight panel of 1970 Dodge Charger 500 and R/T models had a new look taillight panel. Further, a fresh HEMI or 440 hood cutout option was also offered in this model.