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Clean, yet appropriately menacing. Note how fenders flare.
A trimmer yet more muscular evolution of the 2010-2015 Camaro. Very clearly a Camaro.
The Mustang's styling has a broader appeal.
The side windows are very small. These wheels are a $2,000 dealer-installed option. I'd pass.
These rear fenders can't be easy to form. Wide haunches.
Austere, all-business interior. Good headroom and legroom, but feels tight.
The Mustang's interior has some cheapish bits, but overall is nicer than the Camaro's.
Camaro heritage inside the car as well as outside.
Well-designed controls are among the new Camaro's strengths.
The driver seat is okay, but could be better.
Anyone over 5-6 probably won't fit in the rear seat.
Despite the Camaro's huge rear end, both the trunk and its opening are small.
The 455-horsepower 6.2-liter V8 is beyond overkill for most public roads.