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Ringo64

[Unconfirmed] 6th Gen Camaro Engine options

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From GMI:

2.0L Turbocharged I-4

3.6L LGX V6

6.2L LT1 V8

6.2L Supercharged LT4 V8

http://www.gminsidenews.com/forums/f...ine-up-170233/

Am not too thrilled about an I4 being added to the lineup, being a pony car and all but I guess there needs to be some competition with Ford and bring up CAFE mpg fleet sales... Need to see what power it will have and how much the new gen Camaro will weigh.

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Agreed. You forgot to ask how much it will cost too. If the turbo I-4 cost the same as LGX 3.6L or more, then somebody in sales and marketting has a serious case of cranial - rectal inversion.


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So GM wants to fight Ford with a turbo 4 pony car of their own...

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If GM puts a I-4 or turbo I-4 in a Camaro, they should call it a Vega instead.


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interesting...


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