2020 Ford Mustang vs 2020 Chevy Camaro
2020 Ford Mustang 2020 Chevy Camaro
Horsepower
  310 275
Base Engine
  2.3L Turbo I-4 2.0L Turbo I-4
Engine Torque
  350 ft.-lbs. 295 ft.-lbs.

2020 Ford Mustang vs 2020 Chevy Camaro

Serving Fort Mill, SC

The iconic 2020 Ford Mustang and the 2020 Chevrolet Camaro are powerful beasts that are true to the American muscle car legend. Both have plenty of horses stampeding under the hood, bold designs, and cutting edge technologies. Here’s what’s new for these two adrenaline machines.

Performance

The Mustang and Camaro have never been shy, and their 2020 models have mightier-than-ever performances.

The Mustang offers a surprisingly punchy, turbocharged four-cylinder delivering 310 horsepower. The 2020 Mustang is also available in 460 horsepower V8s. The Shelby GT350 generates 526 horsepower, and the race-ready Shelby GT500 cranks out a monstrous 760 horsepower.

Manual and automatic transmissions are available on everything but the new Mustang GT500, which is outfitted with a unique 7-speed, dual-clutch automatic.

The engine of the Camaro is equally pretentious, although it offers more engine options. Starting with the respectable 275 horsepower four-banger, it also boasts a gutsy 335 horsepower V-6. The Camaro LT1 and SS have Chevy’s classic small-block V-8 with a pulse-pounding 455 horsepower.

The V6 now has a new 10-speed automatic transmission, while a trusty six-speed manual remains standard. Camaro base four-cylinder model has a standard six-speed manual or optional 10-speed automatic. V-8 machines offer a six-speed manual or 10-speed automatic transmission.

Appearance

The new Mustang has an aggressive appearance, with a bit of retro flair. Ford adds four new spirited exterior colors: Twister Orange, Iconic Silver, Red Hot Metallic, and Grabber Lime.

In front, Mustang has a powerful-looking trapezoidal grille and slanted halogen headlights. The 1960s influence is most apparent in back. It features a black bar that adjoins three-section turn signals and a Magnetic Gray bumper.

Like Mustang, the 2020 Camaro has vintage influences. These nods to the past are its rear decklid, sculpted back end, and quad rear tail lights.

The most significant Camaro transformation, though, is an upgraded grille, the response to public outcry over the 2019 SS. The 2019 model featured a grill-splitting black bar brandishing the bowtie logo. Chevy has responded to the uproar by painting the bar in the car’s body color and moving the badge to the upper grille.

Other upgrades include the new Rally Green exterior that harkens back to the first-generation Camaro.

Features

Both the 2020 Mustang and the 2020 Camaro pack excellent entertainment software. Ford offers SYNC 3 while Chevy offers MyLink. On top of these infotainment systems, both vehicles have Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

The Mustang and the Camaro both have emergency braking, forward-collision warning, blind-spot monitoring, rear parking sensors, and rear cross-traffic detection, but the Mustang ups the ante with adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, automatic high beams, and speed-sensitive wipers.

The cockpit of Mustang is a retro wonderland. It flaunts a Mustang logo on the steering wheel, three centered, circular air vents, and chrome and brushed aluminum accents. If you have your sights set on detailed configurability, the upper trim levels offer an immense, 12-inch digital gauge arrangement.

The Camaro’s cabin offers various attractive features, including a sporty suede and microfiber-trimmed steering wheel, suede shift knob, and Recaro performance bucket seats. Its vintage-style mechanical gauge cluster is bright and nicely laid out.

Are you interested in a car that combines beauty with brawn? Please contact or visit Fort Mill Ford to test drive the 2020 Ford Mustang.