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Chevrolet Announcing Launch of the Fastest Corvette Ever Built & the Most Powerful Camaro Created

September 16, 2011

Chevrolet is taking aim right at Ford’s Mustang with the new supercharged Camaro they’ve just constructed, available for 2012.  Right alongside the Camaro is a new 2012 Corvette that just happens to be the fastest Corvette vehicle that Chevy has ever built.  With the new Camaro and Corvette, Chevrolet is definitely presenting a dual release of two of the best new surprises in the sports car arena for 2012.  Visit Jessup Auto Plaza in Cathedral City for local La Quinta Chevrolet deals.

The 2012 Camaro is supercharged with 580 horsepower, which outdoes the Ford’s 550-HP Mustang.  Plus, Chevy claims that its new Camaro boasts more horsepower than a Ferrari 458 and more torque than an Aston Martin DB9 V12 (both of which are true).  The Camaro comes entirely track-ready with great features including a magnetic ride control, head-up display, 6-speed tap-shift automatic transmission, differential coolers, and a track-tuned stability control.  It has actually drawn a comparison to the $196,800 Audi R8 GT V10.

Beside the new Camaro is the 2012 Corvette, and this performance sports car has had a lap time cut of no less than 7 seconds.  It comes equipped with one special feature: Michelin Pilot Sport Cup run-flat tires with unique tread pattern.  These new tires have helped to bring about the 7 second cut.

Neither car is expected to generate large sales, but it’s a welcome release from buyers who are looking forward to the newest, best and fastest models from Chevy.  Besides offering quality subcompact, fuel efficient cars, Chevrolet is still maintaining a centennial-long reputation of offering quality sports cars.

Check your local Jessup Auto Plaza dealer in Cathedral City for La Quinta Chevrolet deals.

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