Originally built as a competitor against the Ford Mustang since 1966, the Chevrolet Camaro by GM sees the light of the day in the fifth generation since 2009 in the Canadian Oshawa and it is a typical representative of the so-called pony cars, which exist parallel to the also American vehicle class of muscle cars.
The firm AUDIOVOX from Pulheim, whose brand Magnat is inextricably linked with German sound technology, has optimized this Camaro visibly and audibly and turned into an impressive show car. To increase the engine performance a performance kit by the firm Wimmer racing engineering has been utilized. Due to a software customization, an optimization of the air induction and a stainless steel exhaust system the Magnat Camaro achieves now a performance of 332 kW or 451 hp and has a maximum torque of 596 Nm (at 4,300 r / min). The maximum speed after this power increase is 274 km/h.
To get this performance onto the street, the Magnat Camaro rolls on a grandiose wheel-tire combination by Oxigin in 10x22 inches all around with Yokohama Advan Sport tires in 265/30ZR22 at the front and 295/25ZR22 at the rear axle. The height adjustable KW coilover suspension, Variant 1, combines a perfect sporty handling with everyday practicality. The fitted as standard, but very spartan interior has been exclusively equipped with high quality leather and Alcantara by Magnat. The diamond pattern of the seats underlines the sportive character and upgrades the interior clearly.
The new Audiovox VME 9520NAV, with its extensive equipment, such as navigation, Bluetooth hands-free system, iPod / iPhone control, DVD and linkage to the steering wheel remote control, handles the powerful Magnat 4400Watt system. 2-way component front system, coaxial rear system, 2x 30cm subwoofer and digital amplifiers transform the interior into a concert hall. The firmly installed Ipod serves as a database of all music requests. Whether it is rock, pop or classical, any style of music is played back impressively. The illuminated show installation in the trunk completes this great project impressively.