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2011 Chevrolet Camaro by Callaway

Aftermarket company, Callaway Cars , prides itself on building “powerfully engineered automobiles” that are systems-engineered for the 21st century. Flowery words aside, these boys definitely know how to get things done, especially when it comes to their work on the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro .

While there seems to be a proliferation of tuned-up Camaros in the market today, Callaway was able to differentiate itself from the rest of the pack with their new SC572 package. The program consists of both aerodynamic and performance upgrades, highlighted by an engine package that takes the Camaro’s 426-horsepower, 6.2-liter V8 engine with a peak 420 lb/ft of torque all the way up to 572 horsepower and 541 lb/ft of torque.

Other features added to the car include new carbon fiber injector covers, a high-flow intake system, a low restriction exhaust system, embroidered headrests, embroidered floor mats, door sill panels, Callaway badging on both the exterior and interior, a Callaway under-hood plaque with the car’s VIN number, and its very own authenticity documentation. Most importantly, Callaway is offering a 3-year/36,000-mile limited warranty on the car.

All told, the whole package costs $17,695, which would have been a bargain except that the car doesn’t come with it.




21 comments:

This is not the best concept car for Chevrolet. I like their new styled cars and the profile out-looked of it, particularly to new version of their enhanced cars.

As expected from the Camaro, it has an impressive detailing and the figure performance of the car is quite good. However, I just don’t like the red paint job of the car.

Camaro is one of the finest and top of the line production from the Chevy. The really love the figure performance of the vehicle though its kind of gas guzzler.

I’m thankful that they have included the boosting power for this car. I really love the decency of the styling of this car. And its aggressiveness really have a lot of appeal to me!

This car is built using the powerful engineering and the result is not that disappointing! Actually, the tuning package offered is quite awesome for it consist of aerodynamic and boost in the performance. The power output is great though its kind of gas guzzler.

Yeah! I guess you are referring with the cake bosssmiley Well, though it looks good I red I still prefer the banana color. I can’t wait to watch the movie!

Well, it seems like its the month of Bumblebee for the opening of the movie is near. And I have read a lot of ads dedicated for the Camaro! However, for this car I think it looks good in red and sporty as well.

Yeah, right. I was impressed with the boost power performance of this car. And I have to admit that this muscle car looks good in red. And I hope that I would be given a chance to experience the fun driving on this car!

I like on how the Callaway done to this car!Well, it s a good thing that they have boost the power up to its current figure! And I think its kind of unbelievable for a muscle car.

Highlighted the new Chevrolet Camaro,by the engine package. Like the performances upgrades. Although the concept seems to be common.

Yeah, you’re right. I also loved the color scheme that they used on this one, looks very nice and the aero package that they have included here really complement the overall look of the car.

And I thought that red would only look good in exotic super cars. The Camaro really looked super in this one, makes it appear aggressive.

Glamorous as usual! I think this car is already perfect since the detailing and the engine performance perfectly combines!

Wow! I like the design of this car though I believe that red color only fits to Ferrarismiley However, the tuning package upgrade of the car is impressive!

Well, its a good thing that they have really ramped up the performance of this car. It really fits in well with the whole package and matches the styling of the Camaro.

Yeah, I would agree with you on that one. I really like the fact that they have made this one very simple. Makes the Camaro look very aggressive.

It’s actually a good thing that Callaway didn’t use those large front and side skirts. I am not really fond of those since they make the car look ugly.

Well, I am actually fine with Callaway sticking with the overall design of the Camaro, which I think is very stylish. The good thing here is that they have really worked on the car’s performance.

The exterior really doesn’t look that much out of the standard Camaro. But of course, the biggest treat here is the tweaks they did on the engine, which are pretty impressive.

I just wonder that since the Camaro is a muscle car, does it has a difficulty on the corner since its the most common problem among that version.

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