The Camaro has been a tremendous success for Chevy. Serving as the halo car of the brand (excluding the Corvette, a brand unto itself), the Camaro in its different guises and powertrains has been a huge showroom draw as well as a cultural icon via its placement as Bumble Bee in the billion-dollar Transformers movie franchise. So the question becomes how to build upon success and here is where the Camaro gets spectacular marks. With a re-designed and upgraded interior and a 6.2L V8 motor, I was able to feel the exhilaration of its 426 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque output. Not only do consumers get a thrilling ride, but also new technology such as the Chevy MyLink, a color head-up display, OnStar, a navigation system and so much more. The 2SS coupe model I spent a week with in the DC Metropolitan area included standard rear park assist, front leather seating and so much more. It also featured the RS package which includes 20-inch wheels and high-intensity discharge (HID) headlamps with LED halo rings. The base price on the Camaro 2SS coupe is $37,305. For more information, visit www.chevrolet.com.