Chevrolet Camaro 3.6 1LE Package vs Ford Mustang Ecoboost 2.3 High Performance vs Dodge Challenger T/A

Picture of Chevrolet Camaro 3.6 1LE Package (Mk VI)
Picture of Mustang Ecoboost 2.3 High Performance
Picture of Dodge Challenger T/A
Category Camaro 3.6MustangChallenger
Engine layout V6R4V8
Max power (ps) 340335380
Max torque (Nm) 385475555
Curb weight (kg) 15941653
Power / tonne (ps) 213202


Category Camaro 3.6MustangChallenger
Track Performance 000
Straight line speed 000
Total 000


There is no clear winner in this comparison.

However, does not have enough lap times and performance data to make this comparison conclusive.

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hostboy  6m ago

See, what I am trying to say is that these mid-range pony cars are actually a better match for the track than either their entry-level economy counterparts or the higher-level V8 versions, because their tires AND chassis BOTH can handle twice as much power from the factory.

The T/A also laps quicker around the 'ring than even the GT and is barely slower than the LT1. The R/T will beat the EcoBoost and the LT V6 around the 'ring for sure.

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hostboy  6m ago

Mid Tier US Sports Coupes! (equivalent to BMW M240i/M440i, Mercedes-AMG C43, Audi S5, and Porsche 911 Carrera)

Although the Challenger technically doesn't belong solely due to its V8, it actually competes right here with the other mid-tier, lesser-engine cars. With the right tune it can match the SS and GT, but it's still very heavy and slightly outdated.

Estimated tirepower ratings based on also estimated 'ring times:
7:54 V6 1LE = 766 tirepower (345÷0.45)
8:01 EcoBoost HPP = 833 tirepower (375÷0.3÷1.5)
8:20 RT/Shaker/TA = 850 tirepower (404÷0.5÷0.95)
8:20 V6 LT = 726 tirepower (345÷0.475)

The HPP is a completely standalone model, not a simple track version of the EcoBoost. Even though both have 2.3 EcoBoosts, those two have different engines. The HPP utilizes a Focus RS engine.