I'm still hating those lights. The grill opening looks like it has lips. Goth lips.
If a wedge has the same overall dimensions it will look smaller than a rectangle. The actual volume of the Camaro is more than the actual volume of the Genesis which is why it looks bigger.
Maybe we can use good ole' Archimedes anecdote and put them in a pool and see which displaces more volume.
Back on Topic, I can't wait for a new vette so that the C6 drops in price and I can get one.
Last edited by JsnVR6Corrado; 09-26-2012 at 12:15 PM.
That's news to me. Really, besides body shape and the use of leaf springs, the C4 and C5 have nothing in common. That's a big reason why the C5 program look so long to develop. The C5/C6 can move parts backwards and forwards with each other. The C7 will have the same basic structure as the past two but I doubt you'll be able to put new parts(besides wheels) on a C5 or C6.
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I guess I was too generous in the amount they have in common. As far as I know They both use frame rails, transverse leaf springs, both have double a-arms in front, the brakes are very similar, and they used the same automatic transmission. To me, that is pretty close, even if the parts don't interchange.
The cars aren't close at all.
Like everything but the lips and the taillights. Its tradition GM, many of you weren't even born yet, don't change the F-ing lights. PLEASE. Why you are making the Corvette follow the Camaro's styling path I don't understand. That is blasphemy, and completely goes against the Corvette's pseudo-independent status from Chevy and all the peon cars it makes. Yes the Camaro is a peon car as compared to the Vette, its awesome and all that, but the Corvette is its own league and shouldn't be almost dumbed down because Welburn loves Transformers.
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