The Chevrolet Camaro is a cult American sports car, the pony car, which has been produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors since 1966. Production was discontinued in 2002 and resumed on a new technical base in 2009. The name Camaro is derived from the French camarade – friend, mate. The novelty received a modernized platform, a redesigned interior, a retouched design, a rather unusual power palette, significantly lost weight and in 2016 appeared in the showrooms of domestic dealerships. Distinguishing the sixth generation from its predecessor is not difficult. It has narrower headlamps with black backing, focusing lenses and stylish eyeliner LED daytime running lights. The radiator grille visually adjoins the lighting technology and is a narrow elongated slot with small manufacturer’s logo. The front bumper received a large air intake covered with a plastic grille and a couple of LED garlands. The feed also came out pretty interesting. I would like to mention the narrow brake lights, a small spoiler on the trunk lid and four chrome exhaust pipe.