Chevrolet’s sixth-generation Camaro goes on sale this fall, and today the Bowtie brand released some final specs for the car. The quickest in the pack, the V-8-powered Camaro SS, needs just 4.0 seconds to hit 60 mph. Better yet, this variant now weighs 3,685 pounds, which is considerably lower than the 3,908-lb curb weight of its predecessor.
Buick’s next-generation LaCrosse has been spotted almost completely undisguised. The new large sedan is due in showrooms next year, as a 2017 model, and this time around it may be sold under additional General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] brands.
Volkswagen has unveiled a second-generation Tiguan. The version designed for the United States will feature a longer wheelbase and offer up to seven seats. It will also be built at VW’s plant in Puebla, Mexico.
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