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post #1 of 18 Old 08-12-2014, 03:39 PM Thread Starter
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What would you like to change about the Camaro's interior?

We have no info on the 6th-gen Camaro interior, but we do know what the 5th-gen Camaro interior looks like. Judging from that, what would you like to see change in the next-gen Camaro?







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post #2 of 18 Old 08-12-2014, 06:02 PM
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last picture is a concept and misrepresentative.

I would have them completely rework the greenhouse, lower the belt line and give us more of a greenhouse. Visibility in the 5th gen is actually non existent!
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post #3 of 18 Old 08-13-2014, 11:28 AM
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They need to stop using the following steering wheel design in the Camaro, it's horrible, looks like it belongs in some boring family sedan and not a coupe like this, even in a basemodel:

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They need to stop using the following steering wheel design in the Camaro, it's horrible, looks like it belongs in some boring family sedan and not a coupe like this, even in a basemodel:

no family sedan I've even seen comes with an alacantra wrapped flat bottom steering wheel...

Oh and fairly similar to the C7...

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my issue is with how bulky the steering wheel is. Great that it has a flat bottom and alcantra covered steering wheel end but the center just looks way too bulky.
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my issue is with how bulky the steering wheel is. Great that it has a flat bottom and alcantra covered steering wheel end but the center just looks way too bulky.
Then where are they going to put the airbag and wheel mounted controls? Safety First
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Oh, and as for changes they seriously need to fix those windows, you cant even get a bucket of chicken through the 5th gens
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Then where are they going to put the airbag and wheel mounted controls? Safety First
That is unfortunately true, thank god for aftermarket support.
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I hope that they keep retro analog gauges for the Camaro. I would also be okay with them ading in a touch infotainment screen, as is becoming the norm these days. I also hope they give the center console a redesign. I'm not a fan of the round knob type things for climate control and such.
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I wouldn't mind it going more retro with the gauges.
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