The 2019 Camaro turns heads


2019 Chevrolet Camaro

The 2019 Camaro turns heads

Introduced in 1966, the Camaro is one of the most recognizable muscle cars from Chevrolet’s lineup. There is much to like about the car. Superior handling, a range of features, and an efficient braking system are some reasons behind why the Camaro is considered a value for money purchase. No wonder the car sells like hot cakes even after five-plus decades of its introduction.

If you have been waiting to lay your hands on the latest version of the car, we have some great news for you. The 2019 Camaro has already hit showrooms in Myrtle Beach and other parts of the country. Here are some reasons to bring home a 2019 Camaro in Myrtle Beach.

1. Engine
The 2019 Camaro comes with a powerful 2.0-liter turbo engine that makes 275 hp and 295-lb.ft of torque. So it's no surprise that the performance beast takes just 5.4 seconds to zoom from 0 to 60 mph. Direct Injection and Variable Valve Timing help enhance the engine’s performance, and the 2019 Camaro has an EPA-estimated fuel-efficiency of 31 mpg (highway).

2. Performance features
The 2019 Camaro is designed to deliver exhilarating performance. To help you customize your driving experience, the 2019 Camaro comes with Driver Selector Mode, which includes four settings: Tour, Snow/Ice, Track, and Sport. The 2019 version of the car comes with a Performance Data recorder that captures real-time performance data and videos of your drives. One of the most noticeable performance features of the 2019 Camaro is the Launch Control that allows the driver to control wheel slippage and launch rpm while keeping the rear tires spinning for optimized acceleration.

3. Safety features
The 2019 Camaro is a performance-oriented beast and is one of the most fun cars to drive on the road today. The best thing about the car is that all this fun and excitement does not come at a cost.

The car is loaded with safety features such as Forward Collision Alert, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, and Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert. When you are on the road, these features become your eyes and ears, helping you and your passengers address safety concerns.


Source: Chevrolet