Chevy Camaro Z/28 meant to bring race tracks, competition to their knees.
Initial 440-unit production run for ’14 Camaro Z/28 sold out, ’15 output underway without changes.
Unique front splitter, fascia key cooling, aerodynamic elements of Camaro Z/28.
Camaro Z/28 hood extractor borrowed from Camaro ZL1 for engine cooling.
Rear spoiler of Camaro Z/28 uses "wicker bill" for added downforce.
Pirelli PZero Trofeo R tires of Camaro Z/28.
Brembo brake package of Camaro Z/28.
Brembo rotors of Z/28 brakes.
7.0L LS7 small-block V-8 of Camaro Z/28.
7.0L LS7 small-block V-8
Suede covered, D-shaped steering wheel of Camaro Z/28.
Recaro seats with suede inserts, stitched Z/28 logo.
Z/28 most expensive Camaro at $75,000.
Chevy Camaro Z/28 optimized for track use with sticky tires, big brakes, stiff suspension and 505-hp naturally aspirated V-8 engine. (See related story: Chevy Camaro Z/28 Sticks It.)
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