Feast your eyes on the luscious Camaro Z28 that has been laid before you in all of its beauty and triumph. Yeah, we received confirmation of this gorgeous piece of machinery last month when GM’s Vice President of Global Vehicle Engineering Karl Stracke openly confirmed its production, but to actually have a photo of it while it gets tested with a bunch of other Camaros just increases the level of excitement that we were already feeling.

The 2012 Camaro Z28 features a lower front fascia than the standard Camaro and much larger intakes. At the rear you can see quad exhaust with dual pipes on each side. The sound that comes out of this beast was described by the photographer as “nothing short of unholy!” The wheels are 20″ SP550 anodized black (20×10 in the front and 20×11 in the rear) wrapped in Goodyear tires. Last month, Stracke mentioned that the new Z28 would be built on a new Alpha platform (and not the Zeta like the current car). He also stated that he didn’t like the steering wheel controls on the Camaro because they were placed too far and the driver needed to remove his hands from the wheel when trying to reach them. We expect to see those changes as well as a few other tweaks when the Z28 is officially unveiled.

TheChevrolet Camaro Z28 will be rocking a 6.2L supercharged V8 engine mated to an automatic transmission. Official numbers have not been released yet, but we cannot wait to see what this baby will do!

Stay tuned! As soon as we get more details, we’ll pass them along to you!


Source: Camaro5

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  (702) posted on 06.9.2011

hmm. For a v8 technology I think 6 liter is kind of gas guzzler! I prefer the original concept but I want them to offer a modification package for this car.

  (460) posted on 06.9.2011

I guess it would be a long time before we could actually experience driving this car. I still haven’t heard any updates in this teaser! However, I have a feeling that it would be great as the original version of Camaro.

  (228) posted on 09.29.2010

The last i saw of that model it was a green with writing on the car side being taken away for scrap on a back of a truck. Anyone remember that Glad it is coming out now and i would think a convertible has more work to it after the coupe was made in the way of body roll and head rests safety pop up

  (387) posted on 09.21.2010

And NOBODY thinks it’s curious why only the front is camaro and the back isn’t, and the wind only blew the front off?

  (647) posted on 09.12.2010

Oh! An upgraded bumblebee. Haha, can’t wait till they release this animal on the streets and market.

  (570) posted on 08.10.2010

It’s not that simple, there’s also aerodynamic adjustment, sound insulation adjustment, suspension adjustment and more.

  (221) posted on 08.1.2010

Don’t forget, Heinrocket set the Nurburgring time in a CTS-V with that slush box.

  (367) posted on 07.27.2010

I can’t wait to read the future review sounds interesting.

  (201) posted on 07.27.2010

where are they getting the money to actually produce this car? I mean I didn’t even think they were going to actually were going to come out with this car.

  (1333) posted on 07.25.2010

Oh! An upgraded bumblebee. Haha, can’t wait till they release this animal on the streets and market.

  (206) posted on 07.25.2010

YES! Will it have 556hp or 638hp? I bet the first iteration will have the 556hp LSA from the Cadillac CTS-V and if they need to up the game they can use the 638hp LS9 from the ZR1. (same basic engine)

I would still love to see a Camaro placed in between the SS and Z28 with the TT V6 so it makes SS power and weighs in at a few hundred pounds less.

  (18) posted on 07.25.2010

HOT DAMN!! now we’re talking smiley I’m thinking the Z will have more horsepower then the SS.(but its only a guess on my part) but once the car is release its going to knock the Mustang and the challenger square their asses.

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