Chief engineer Al Oppenheiser gives Motor Trend a close-up look at the new 2013 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28.
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It's already the single most important brand for General Motors, and 2013 will be a crucial year for Chevrolet.
While there were a few unveils this week--the most notable being the new Bentley Continental Flying Spur--we don't typically cover cars costing $200,000 or more.
The Chevrolet Sonic RS (shown above, with the requisite amount of youths performing youth-like activities) will start at $20,995 for a six-speed manual transmission, while the auto will be about two grand more, at $22,280.