2019 camaro zl1
2019 camaro zl1 has received a redesign of the controversial design of 2019, but it seems that the ZL1 will go beyond the frontal changes if these new spies represent the final version. Each other lineup of the Camaro lineup received a completely different front bumper, a grille and a headlight. However, the 2019 ZL1 1LE is indistinguishable from the 2018 model when viewed from the front.
The new dual-core rear lights are sculpted to complement a smoother rear fascia. LS and LT wear red lenses while the RS, SS and ZL1 models feature a dark and neutral lens color. The RS and SS models with optional dual-mode exhaust wear specific rear fascia and 20-inch wheel designs for both RS and SS.
Mechanical updates are limited to the transmission, with the Model 2019 SS now available with the 10L80 10-speed automatic transmission that comes with the pullers, release control and lock-line function to ensure that amateurs can move around like the old line and smoke the tires with better than ‘m. The ZL1 still automatically uses 10L90 10 speeds slightly. Chevy has not released any official engine output numbers in the 2019 Camaros yet, but we are told to expect the current engines to move.
The 7.0-inch touchscreen is the standard setting for the 2019 camaro zl1. The 8.0-inch screen with the latest Infotainment 3 from Chevrolet is optional with or without navigation. Compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, it also allows cloud connectivity for custom navigation, application installation, and auto-over-the-air software updates. The standard backup camera is now high definition for enhanced visibility, offering a model 2SS and ZL1 screen camera with a new rearview mirror with wider viewing area and less obstructing allowing the user to adjust the magnification and brightness. An enhanced data logger is available for performance, as with the front-end crash alert.
2019 camaro zl1 engine is a 2.0-liter turbocharged turbocharged engine, making 275 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. The 4-cylinder Camaro is available with a standard six-speed manual delivering a 20/30 mpg highway manufactured by the EPA or an optional eight-speed automatic (22/31 mpg / gallon). The V-6 is a 3.6-liter (1LT) 335 horsepower and 284 lb-ft, and offers 16/27 mpg with a six-speed, 19/29 mph, automatic transmission with The eight speeds. The 455-hp 455-lb-ft 6.2-liter V-8 engine is rated at 16/24 mpg with a six-speed manual and 16/27 mph with 10-speed automatic. The 6.2-liter V-8 engine pumps 650 horsepower and 650 lb-ft in the Camaro ZL1 and is rated at 14/20 mpg with a six-speed and 13/1 mpg with a 10-speed speed.
In 2019, the Camaro was awarded the highest five-star rating in the NHTSA. In the IIHS test, the 2018 model received the highest rating of Good for the small side of the driver’s side, the moderate front interlocked, the side, the head, and the seat crash tests. The second highest acceptable rating was given to the strength of the roof test. The Front Collision Prevention Test has not been tested since Camaro does not provide an emergency braking system. Driver-assist features in the Comfort and Lighting range include rear parking sensors, front impact warning, backlighting and backlighting with traffic.