Which is faster Mustang GT or Camaro?
As tested by Motor Trend, the Chevy Camaro is faster than the Ford Mustang at every level and every distance. Their racecourse test saw the Chevrolet Camaro SS Coupe get clocked a full 3.3 seconds faster than the Ford Mustang GT Premium Fastback (80.67 to 83.97 seconds).
Is a Camaro better than a Mustang?
As a result, even when the cars deliver similar power, the Camaro is the superior performance machine. Our turbo-four pony car comparison saw the Camaro hitting 60 mph over a second quicker than the Mustang, and comparing V-8s, the lighter Chevy dominated the Mustang around our figure eight.
Can a Mustang GT beat a Camaro SS?
Even with those close numbers, the Mustang GT can go from 0 to 60 mph in under 4 seconds, which beats our the Camaro SS at a 4-second flat time. The sub-4.0 time is enough to win a little victory over its archival, the SS. On the quarter mile, however, the Mustang was recorded at 13.0 seconds at 112 mph.
Whats faster GT350 or ZL1?
Performance. Sprinting from standstill to 60 mph takes the GT350 4.3 seconds, which is respectably rapid. The GT350R does it in 3.9. The ZL1 is heavier, at 3,820 pounds, but that can’t stop it from blasting to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds and doing the quarter-mile in 11.4 seconds at 127 mph.
Is there a difference between Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro?
Yes, we know there are those who use both the king and the queen of condiments, but we think those people just lack commitment. Similarly, there are Ford Mustang people and Chevy Camaro people. And there are fans of turbos and adherents to naturally aspirated mills.
Which is better Chevy Camaro or Ford EcoBoost?
The EcoBoost technically delivers on the two main promises of downsized turbocharged engines compared with larger naturally aspirated lumps: essentially equal performance with at least marginally better fuel economy. And, as is usually the case with modern turbo engines, this one generates excellent midrange torque.
Which is faster a Camaro SS or a V-6?
We’ve run a six-cylinder Camaro to 60 mph in as little as 5.1 seconds, but even at 5.5 seconds in this test, the V-6 is probably only about a second slower to that mark than the Camaro SS with its stonking 455-hp 6.2-liter V-8 (when equipped with a manual transmission).
What kind of engine does a Camaro have?
A newly available 275-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder powers the base-level Camaro. The version priced and positioned to go against the EcoBoost Mustang is the one powered by the new 335-hp 3.6-liter V-6.