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2016 Chevy Camaro Find New Roads Trip Highlights In-Vehicle Technology

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If you had the chance to drive the new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro anywhere in the United States, where would you go?

A more specific question asked by the Chevrolet Find New Roads Trip is not where you would go, but how exactly you would get to your destination in luxury, assisted by technology included next to your steering wheel.

Chevy fielded road trip requests from participants who were challenged to drive 26 Camaros to and through all 48 contiguous United States.

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All Camaros were equipped with Apple CarPlay and 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspots, which pretty much nullifies any reason one might want to take a staycation. Some participants video-chatted with their families through in-vehicle technology, while others booked the 144 hotel rooms reserved during the journeys.

“Chevrolet offers more vehicles with Apple CarPlay and 4G LTE technology than any other brand,” said Steve Majoros, Chevrolet Car Marketing director. “These features are useful every day, whether you’re commuting to work or need to find a hotel room in Walla Walla, Washington.”

Perhaps Chevrolet’s favorite statistic from the data collected during the nationwide test drive: zero requests for Roadside Assistance in more than 170,000 miles of roads.

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