Chevy’s newest Camaro is getting the treatment of the car world.
The new 2016 Camaro ZL1, which will hit dealerships later this month, is an upscale sedan with a lot more room for the passengers.
The 2015 Camaro SS gets a special mention as a luxury car.
In all, Chevy’s latest SUV offers an extra 14.3 cubic feet of cargo space, a 3.5-liter V6 engine that makes 400 hp and a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that delivers 646 hp.
The ZL2, meanwhile, gets a bigger cabin, more seats, a higher roofline and more power.
Here’s how to convert your 2016 Camaros into a Corvette.
Remove the dash.
If you’re looking to get the most out of your 2015 Camaroes, you might want to remove the dash, which houses the dash button, shifter and other buttons.
The dash is removable, but the plastic dash panel itself is easily removed with a flathead screwdriver.
If the dash panel is removed, the rear bumper and the doors can be removed without damaging the dash and the interior.
Check with your car’s manufacturer for instructions.
Remove your roof.
Remove all plastic roof pieces from your dash, including the top of the dash above the shifter button.
Remove and discard the rubber roof flaps.
You’ll need a flat head screwdriver to pry the plastic roof panels off of the hatch.
Install the air vents.
Remove two bolts from the roof and slide them through the holes in the side panels.
Slide them into place using a screwdriver or other metal object.
Remove one bolt at a time, making sure to keep the bolt from touching the roof panel.
Then slide the other two bolts through the hole in the front of the windshield, pushing the bolts through to the roof.
Slide the two bolts in place again.
Install a windshield wiper blade.
Remove a small, thin piece of plastic that looks like a window wiper or a metal piece of window screen.
Use the metal piece to make a small hole and attach it to the rear of the glass on the top side of the hood.
Slide a small metal rod into the hole and press it into place, making the hole wider.
Slide in a wire nut and a screw driver and slide the wire nut through the back of the wiper, pushing it in.
Then put the bolt through the wider hole on the left side of your windshield.
Slide it through to secure it.
Slide an additional wire nut into the larger hole on your windshield wane and push it through.
Then attach the wicker to the underside of your dash panel and install the wick.
Use a small screwdriver, a flat tool or a small wrench to slide the wickers through the window and onto the dash window.
Remove any of the six plastic pieces that are attached to the headlights.
The plastic pieces can be unscrewed and removed.
Use an X-acto knife to remove each piece.
The LED lights on your dash will also need to be removed.
Remove hood vents.
Place a flat blade on the rear window.
Remove three screws and slide it through the bottom of the window.
Then, slide the four bolts through and slide one of the bolts under the hood and through the rear windshield.
The bolts should fit under the dash on the side facing up. 7.
Use two small screwdrivers to remove two plastic pieces from the dash trim.
Slide these pieces over the bolts on the underside, securing them with a rubber gasket.
Install rear window wipers.
Remove eight bolts from a plastic piece that is attached to one of two rear window pieces on your 2015 ZL3.
Slide this piece through the small hole in each of the two pieces and slide a screw onto the top.
Use another screwdriver and slide this piece over the bolt to secure the two wiper blades.
Install steering wheel.
Remove six screws from the wheel and slide each piece in through the opening in the rear hatch.
Install them with an X or X-Acto knife.
Install door panels.
Remove five bolts from one piece of the door panel, sliding it through a hole in a bolt that sits on the front end of the panel.
Slide each piece of panel down with a screw.
Then use another screw driver to slide each panel into place.
The two bolts should not be touching the door panels, so you can slide them in and out easily.
Install windshield wicks.
Remove seven screws from one of three plastic pieces on the hood that is mounted to one side of a piece of metal on your 2016 ZL4.
Slide one piece through and install it into the wicks, securing it with a plastic gasket or a nut.
Take off the plastic backing from the side of any plastic piece on your dashboard, then