With a 650-horsepower supercharged V8 and suspension and aero built for the racetrack, the ZL1 1LE is the weapon we've been waiting for.
With sales lagging behind the Ford Mustang, Chevy is thinking about making a more affordable V8 trim.
With the SS out of production, the Camaro ZL1 will be the new face of Chevrolet's top-level NASCAR entr.
The 650 horsepower, stick-shift-only 1LE shows off its crazy downforce with a 'Ring time faster than the last Corvette ZR1.
It's robust enough to handle it without a huge compromise.
That's less than the old Z/28. For a car that has nearly 150 more horsepower.
First there was Z/28. Then IROC. Now, meet the GT4.R.
Affordable, livable, trackable. This Camaro looks like an old muscle car but channels classic sports cars.
Hennessey's Camaro ZL1-based Exorcist seeks to vanquish the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.
Here we have a 1992 Camaro RS with a stock engine, but a modified everything else.
Chevy's 650-horsepower track-ready monster looks right at home flying around the Green Hell.
On a full-throttle run to 180 mph, the Camaro ZL1 upshifts seven times—and it's still accelerating in eighth gear.
Whoever owns this ZL1 wasted no time setting it up for the strip.
Impressive for a car that runs sub-7:30 at the Nurburgring.
The Camaro GT4.R will compete in Pirelli World Challenge and Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge races in 2017.