When it comes to muscle cars, the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro are two well-known models, proving their success in road racing because of their modern, powerful and well-engineered mechanics. This is why it is a not surprising that the two cars are always pitted against each other.
With over a decade of debate and generations of both the Mustang and Camaro passed by, finally, we will now know which car reigns. Thanks to the guys from Autoblog.
The race between these two prominent sports cars happened on a Sunday morning and gave the two editors of Autoblog, Mike Austin and Greg Migliore, a hard time to balance and stay neutral to one of the oldest debates in Detroit: Mustang vs. Camaro, before they even arrived at Willow’s Horse Thief Mile for Willow Springs International Raceway.
Here's the Red 2016 Ford Mustang GT and the Blue Chevrolet Camaro SS with both V8’s with six-speed manual transmissions. Place your bets before you hit the play button.
The comparison between these two sports cars resulted in two days where the producers succeeded in an outcome. The verdict? Both triumph. It's a tie. The long debate between the Ford Mustang and the Chevy Camaro is still open.
Here's a review of both cars so you can decide for yourself.
The Ford Mustang is an American automobile manufactured by Ford. It has undergone several transformations to its current sixth generation. Its 5.2L V8 with flat-plane crank kicks out 526 hp and 429 lb.-ft. of torque and is one of four Mustang engine choices with all design to overwhelm the senses with pulse-raising torque and a legendary roar.
It has standard HID headlamps and signature LED tri-bar tail lamps with sequential turn signals. With SYNC 3, you can enjoy all of the SYNC features plus next generation of voice activated technology.
Chevrolet introduced the world to Camaro in 1966. Known as a new era in performance after 50 years of pushing its meticulous design and engineering mastery has finally come up with its sixth-generation Camaro. This new model takes full advantage of its tighter proportions with more responsive braking, better attack in and out of corners, and more nimble performances.
The legendary Camaro SS ruled the road and track with standard 20-inch wheels, HID headlamps with LED signature accents, LED tail lamps, intelligent performance technologies plus unique rear stanchion spoiler, distinct hood functional air vents, A 6.2 LT1 V8 engine with 455 horsepower and 455 lb. ft. of torque.