The Chevrolet Camaro just made its way to the European market for the first time ever in its existence, but GeigerCars has been tuning Camaros left and right for awhile now, getting slammed with shipping fees, taxes, and registration. Their latest Camaro tuning package brings out the beast in the Camaro lineup: Camaro ZL1 Convertible .
Usually we bring out the details of the tuning package before going into how much it is going to cost, but we’re doing things a little different this time around. The Camaro ZL1 Convertible by GeigerCars gets a price sticker slapped on that says 88,900 Euro (about $116K at the current exchange rates). That’s a $60,000 increase when compared to the ZL1 Convertible’s price tag in the States, but the ZL1 Convertible hasn’t made its way across the pond, so GeigerCars may just be capitalizing on offering the ZL1 in Europe where anyone would be hard-pressed to find a 580 HP Convertible.
That extra $60K is going to add very little to the ZL1 Convertible, as GeigerCars only put in a flap-controlled exhaust system, ZR1 dampers, and a new set of 20" wheels. Guess most of that increase in its price is going towards those fees for jumping the pond.