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Hot weather testing
Hot weather testing
Hot weather testing takes place in Arizona and Australia. The cars, and their occupants, are subjected to temperatures above 120 degrees. The cars' air cooling, air conditioning and ventilation systems are expected to perform well in this situations.

Cooling systems must prevent overheating, even under heavy loads, and the air conditioner is expected to take the car from blistering to breathable in a matter of seconds.

In January of 2008, GM announced the cars would no longer be camouflaged, as these are, during testing.

Full-scale production of the Camaro is still a year away, at least, as the cars go through continued testing and validation.

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Last updated March 24 2008: 10:25 AM ET