General Motors posted a new video last week on its YouTube Channel entitled "1967 Chevrolet Camaro and 2013 Camaro - Then and Now - Faces of GM" placing the newest Camaro 2SS alongside its original predecessor to show how far Chevrolet has come. Vice President of Chevrolet U.S. Marketing, Chris Perry, explains that the '67 is an official pace car of the Indy 500, which holds a 350 cubic-inch engine under the hood. On the flipside, the 2013 houses the 426 horsepower 6.2L LS3 V-8.
If you aren't familiar with the fifth-gen's model codes, the 2SS is essentially a loaded version of the SS. Upgrades include leather-appointed seating, heads-up display, four-gauge auxiliary cluster, Boston Acoustics(r) premium nine-speaker stereo system, USB port and rear camera that displays within the 7-inch touchscreen radio.
Perry goes on to quickly explain the trim levels available when purchasing a new Camaro (even the 2014 models), including the all-new Z/28, which should become available later this year.
Watch the video here: