The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS-396 (Super Sport) is a pony car manufactured by Chevrolet between September 1966 to September 1967.
The Super Sport performance pack was available with a 350 or 396 cubic inch V8 engine. It also included improvements to the chassis to accomodate the additional power produced by the V8, and to enhance the car's handling.
The hidden headlights of the Camaro were obtainable from Chevrolet through an additional charge as part of the RS package.
- 1 Games
- 1.1 Motor City Online
- 1.2 Need for Speed: Most Wanted
- 1.3 Need for Speed: Carbon
- 1.4 Need for Speed: ProStreet
- 1.5 Need for Speed: Undercover
- 1.6 Need for Speed: Nitro
- 1.7 Need for Speed: World
- 1.8 Need for Speed: The Run
- 2 Films
- 3 Trivia
- 4 Gallery
Motor City Online
The Camaro SS appears in Motor City Online.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted
The Camaro SS can only be driven by the player in Quick Race mode events as well as Challenge Series event #69 which is exclusive to the Black Edition release. It cannot be purchased or used in career mode and cannot be customised in any manner.
In the Challenge Series event, an orange Camaro with black racing stripes and 5-spoke aftermarket wheels is given to the player to complete the pursuit goal against supercharged Rhino police SUVs. A blue model is also available for use in Quick Race mode events.
The handling of the Camaro SS suffers from heavy steering entering difficult corners at a high speed, but produces sufficient power and is capable of driving faster than 168 mph (270 km/h).
Need for Speed: Carbon
It has quick acceleration, but is also one of the most difficult cars to control through turns, as it is prone to oversteer. Thanks to its high kerb weight, it is also effective in pursuits.
Samson drives a Camaro SS as part of the crew in the Career mode, if the player drives a tier 1 car.
Top Speed 2.0
Sal drives a Camaro SS as part of the crew in the muscle career path of the Career mode, if the player drives a tier 1 car.
Top Speed 2.0
Need for Speed: ProStreet
The Camaro appears in Need for Speed: ProStreet as an unlocked tier 1 vehicle with a $40,000 price tag.
It has strong acceleration, but suffers from fishtailing through high-speed corners. Its powerful V8 engine makes it best suited to Drag events.
Need for Speed: Undercover
The Camaro SS appears in Need for Speed: Undercover as an unlocked tier 4 vehicle with a price tag of $38,000. It appears in the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo Wii releases with a price tag of $19,000.
The Camaro has average acceleration for its tier and can reach a top speed of 183mph (295km/h) without upgrades.
Need for Speed: Nitro
The Camaro SS appears in Need for Speed: Nitro as a C class vehicle and costs $40,000. It is rated 1 in both speed and drifting; 2 in both acceleration and handling; and 4 in strength.
A Camaro SS with a unique livery can be unlocked as a Collectable Car for use in both Arcade Mode and Career Mode, once all stars are obtained in all Bronze Cup events.
Need for Speed: World
It has a weak nitrous boost and responsive steering, which is among the best of the classic American cars in the game, but possesses a fairly heavy weight, which does not affect its handling. This makes the car useful in both race events and Pursuit Outrun.
|Stock: 362 (D class)||Maximum: 629 (A class)|
Need for Speed: The Run
The Camaro SS appears in Need for Speed: The Run as a Muscle class car.
Its inclusion was revealed by the official Need for Speed website on September 22, 2011.
Top Speed: 216 mph (348 km/h)
0 to 60 Time: 3.8s
BHP: 926 @ 6,400 rpm
Performance: Tier 5
Manufacture Year: 1967
Need for Speed
Top Speed: 190 mph (306 km/h)
0 to 60 Time: 4.7s
BHP: 579 @ 5,000 rpm
Performance: Tier 4
Handling: Very Difficult
Manufacture Year: 1967
Need for Speed (Film)
The Chevrolet Camaro SS appears in the illegal street race at the beginning of Need for Speed, being driven by Pete Coleman.
- Sal will drive a Camaro SS during the first stage of the career mode, if the player chooses the Camaro as their starter car. Samson also drives a Camaro SS during the first stage of the career mode.
- In the demo release of Need for Speed: Carbon, the player can select between the Chevrolet Camaro SS, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX MR-edition, or Lamborghini Gallardo.
- In Need for Speed: Carbon, the player must use a yellow Camaro in a Bronze Challenge Series Canyon Checkpoint race taking place along Lofty Heights.
- In Need for Speed: ProStreet, a Camaro SS bonus car can be selected for Speed Challenge events in the Race Day mode.
- It has a 5-speed gearbox in Need for Speed: Carbon.
|Motor City Online - Vehicles|
|Vintage||Cadillac Fleetwood Station Wagon (1948) · Cadillac Series 62 (Gen. 2) · Chevrolet Fleetmaster (1948) · Ford Coupe · Ford De Luxe Coupe · Ford V8 Model 40 · Mercury Monterey Coupé (1949)|
|Classic||Buick Century Riviera Coupe · Cadillac Eldorado Seville · Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad · Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe · Chevrolet Cameo Carrier · Chevrolet Corvette (C1) · Chevrolet Impala (Gen. 1) · Chevrolet Impala (Gen. 2) · Chevrolet Model 3100 · Ford Crestline Sunliner Coupe · Ford Fairlane 500 · Ford F-100 (Gen. 2) · Ford Ranchero (Gen. 1) · Ford Thunderbird (Gen. 1) · Ford Thunderbird (Gen. 2)|
|Muscle||AMC AMX V8 390 (1969) · Chevrolet Camaro (1967) · Chevrolet Camaro RS (1967) · Chevrolet Camaro SS 396 (1967) · Chevrolet Camaro Z28 (Gen. 1) · Chevrolet Camaro Z28/RS (1969) · Chevrolet Chevelle (1967) · Chevrolet Chevelle (1970) · Chevrolet Chevelle (1972) · Chevrolet Chevelle SS (1967) · Chevrolet Chevelle SS (1970) · Chevrolet Chevelle SS (1972) · Chevrolet Corvette "Sting Ray" (C2) · Chevrolet Corvette "Sting Ray" (C3) · Chevrolet El Camino (1970) · Chevrolet El Camino SS (1970) · Chevrolet Impala (Gen. 3) · Chevrolet Impala SS (Gen. 3) · Chevrolet Nova (1970) · Chevrolet Nova SS (1970) · Dodge Challenger (Gen. 1) · Dodge Charger (1969) · Dodge Charger R/T (1969) · Dodge Coronet Super Bee (1969) · Ford Galaxie (Gen. 2) · Ford Mustang Coupé (Gen. 1) · Ford Mustang Fastback (1967) · Ford Mustang Fastback (1970) · Ford Mustang Boss 302 (Gen. 1) · Ford Mustang Boss 429 (Gen. 1) · Ford Mustang Cobra Jet 429 · Ford Mustang Mach 1 (Gen. 1) · Ford Thunderbird (Gen. 3) · Ford Torino GT Cobra · Ford Torino GT Fastback (1969) · Oldsmobile 4-4-2 (1969) · Oldsmobile 4-4-2 W-30 · Oldsmobile Hurst 4-4-2 · Plymouth 440 'Cuda · Plymouth AAR 'Cuda · Plymouth Barracuda (1969) · Plymouth Barracuda (1970) · Plymouth Duster (1971) · Plymouth Duster 340 (1971) · Plymouth GTX (1969) · Plymouth HEMI 'Cuda · Plymouth Road Runner · Pontiac Firebird (1969) · Pontiac Firebird (1973) · Pontiac Firebird Formula (1973) · Pontiac Firebird Trans Am (1973) · Pontiac GTO · Pontiac GTO (1969) · Pontiac GTO Judge (1969) · Shelby Cobra 427 S/C|
|Sports||EA Eight Ball · Mitsubishi Eclipse GS Spyder · Toyota Supra · Shelby Cobra 427 S/C|