I buy practical cars. It’s really only ever been that way. I buy sedans, crossovers, bigger sedans, hatchbacks and wagons. Basically, if the road bike doesn’t fit in the boot, it doesn’t come home. That was, until yesterday when I put my hard earned pesos toward a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro 1LT with the 2.0 turbo 4 motor. This may be the beginning of a beautiful relationship.

That hood. Such sculpt. Much lines. Very angry. Wow.

I can’t tell you how much I dig those tail lights at night. But I dig them. I dig them a lot.

I don’t know why I tool this picture. I like the interior. A lot. But those climate controls are my life now and I love them. Also, Sport mode, always on. Any hate towards the auto? Remember, I got $7,200 off the sticker of this thing. I took the one I liked best with that kind of cash on the hood.

All in, I’m really happy about my purchase (let’s not kid here, I trade cars like I trade my, well, you know) and I hope to enjoy many years. It’s not terribly fast. It’s not painfully slow. But it handles really well and I am happy to have something not SO practical. I’ll give more of my impressions after I’ve driven it for more than a few miles.