The hiatus has ended for the Camaro, following a 10-year dry spell. The redesigned front grille is sexy, as are the new headlamps and taillights. When thinking about a Camaro, it’s impossible not to veer right towards the Z/28, the most popular racecar ever made by Chevrolet. Newer weight-reduction methods have been put into place as have sports-tuned suspension, noise-reduction materials and high-friction absorbent ceramic racing brakes. Several engine choices are available, but for all sports car lovers out there, we’ll stick to the most enticing option: the Z/28’s 7.0-liter V8 engine that churns out a breathtaking 500 horses at 470 pound-feet of torque that’s offered in the manual transmission only. The car comes with a touchscreen console that links to your smartphone and also provides GPS navigation, apps and streaming music with sluggish responsiveness. The oversized front seats are suiting, but the back seats are so small it’s a wonder anyone but kids could fit in them. A squished trunk only offers a meager 11.3 cubic feet of storage space. Truth is, nobody buys a Camaro because they want roomy back seats or lots of trunk space; they buy it because it’s one of the fastest cars on the road.