Video: Camaro Leno Edition at Jay Leno’s Garage

Everyone knows that every car featured in Jay Leno’s Garage has to be made out of something special. And this is exactly the case with this special Chevrolet Camaro featured in the latest episode: it was developed by Jay Leno himself and was actually on display as a concept car at the 2009 SEMA Show.

The Camaro Leno Edition features a pair of Turbonetics T-3 turbochargers that have increased the power of the 3.6 liter direct injected V6 engine to a total of 425 hp. Next to the extra power, the Camaro Leno edition is also featuring a new vented hood, front spoiler lip, special wheels and brakes, deck-lid spoiler and fancy new exhaust pipes.

So, what do you think? Is Jay Leno pleased by this car? Why shouldn’t he in fact, it is his job! Watch the video and you will find out the answer to the question.


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  (399) posted on 02.27.2012

A concept catching to today’s technology is what exactly this car manifests. The engine is good, and the design is also good. It’s a thumbs up for the smooth run too.

  (453) posted on 02.24.2012

Finally, they unveiled the Camaro Leno to show how aggressive it is and what are the changes and upgrades of this Camaro. I find it impressive on the video that it can produce a 425HP.

  (446) posted on 02.23.2012

This is one truly spectacular show of Jay Leno. I love how they line up the Camaro. It all looks great. Despite the global issues, Camaro seems to be not affected, and they strive to be more productive and help to resolve certain issues without reducing but increasing its output.

  (1) posted on 02.22.2012

im all for a powerful v6, but its never gunna be the same without the amazing sound of a v8

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