The right car should look confidently toward the future, but retain a fervent appreciation of the past -- just back to the 1960s, not the distant past of furiously hand-cranking your whip while your wife just sat there twirling her parasol. That car should also exude a certain refined masculinity, one that says "I don't wear sleeveless t-shirts, but if I did, my triceps would make that orange-skinned guy at the gym weep with envy". And it should have a powerful V6 capable of 312 horsepower, yet still offer 29 MPG highway, because you shouldn't have to constantly stop at gas stations to fill up -- unless of course you're filling up on teriyaki-flavored jerky.
Introducing the right car: the 2011 Camaro, a sleekly imposing ride with next-level features like a windshield Head-Up Display that shows speed, rpm, even your radio station -- so with a glance you can see oncoming headlights, and "Lite FM" . The Camaro also packs in available Bluetooth and USB port, XM Radio, and, with the Directions & Connections Plan, OnStar Turn-by-Turn Navigation -- because how can you look confidently towards the future if you've been lost for the past half hour?