what are you talking about, it needs an updated interior? The interior was redone along with the whole car for 05. Of course it will have more than 405 HP, thats what the current one has..................Originally posted by gmwsag@Jun 30 2004, 03:00 AM
It needs more than 405 hp to tackle the big guys: Ford GT, and Dodge Viper. And hopefully it will, and an updated interior...
No, GM has the technology. Its the money and lack of electrical power from the 12v system. When cars start going to a 42 volt system, the use of cam-less engines will be a lot easier to implement.Originally posted by rodd62@Jun 30 2004, 05:03 AM
anyone remember when the Z06 was suppose to have a cam-less engine...guess gm didnt get the technology working soon enough...
Werd!Originally posted by mrfunji@Jun 30 2004, 08:23 AM
cam-less engines haven't emerged because of the electromagnetic interference caused the solenoid actuators on the valves. Althought I'm sure if there was a demand and a common 42-V architecture, research to solve this problem would pick up.
Hybrids suffer the same fate. Magnetic Field strength inside a hybrid vehicle are rumored to be pretty harmful. If I remember the website I saw that on I'll post that link.
There is no way we will see Camaro mules this early. WE probably won't see them until about 2006 :blink:Originally posted by MikeB@Jun 30 2004, 10:26 AM
From the shape of the tailights, how do we know it's not a concept Camaro test mule?
... just being hopeful