The Chevrolet Camaro6 SS 1LE is the sixth generation of Chevrolet's flagship muscle car, produced in GM's Assembly Plant in Lansing, Michigan, from 2016 onwards. It is a mid-size, two-door vehicle designed by GM Lead Exterior Designer Hwasup Lee with coupe and convertible versions targeted to sport-oriented drivers who enjoy hitting the streets with style. The SS 1LE trim comes with 20-inch forged rims using 285/30R20 tires in the front and 305/30R20 tires in the back, and the 6.2 Liters LT1 V8 engine under its hood is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 MPH in only 4 seconds.
The top speed for the Chevrolet Camaro6 SS 1LE is around 165 mph (265 km/h), and the built-in Magnetic Ride Control FE4 Suspension coupled with Goodyear Eagle F1 220 Supercar 3 tires coming from stock provide excellent control on the road for both regular use and track days. The relation between prices and capabilities of the Camaro6 makes it one of the most popular racing machines in its market segment and a worthy purchase for motorsports enthusiasts on a budget.