the misunderstand of when you have a 300 horsepower Trans Am and a 170 hp Civic Si. What people fail to realize is that in many scenarios, the smaller car will be both quicker and faster. The Trans Am's 300 hp translates to 240 rear wheel horsepower and has to move nearly 3,800 lbs. The Civic has 140 wheel horsepower and only has to move 2,500 lbs. All are capable of more power than the stock engine can handle, but target is 100-150 plus HP gains and retain good fuel economy.
In 2015, Chevrolet introduced the sixth generation Camaro. Using the 2.0L Turbo LTG from GM's ECOTEC engine family, Chevrolet satisfied the needs for performance and efficiency. The inline-4-cylinder turbo engine puts out 275 HP and 295 lb-ft of torque.