2014 Chevrolet Camaro Revealed, Hails the Return of the Track-Focused Z/28 with 7.0-liter V8 - We have good news for you guys The first facelift for the fifth generation of the long-running series of GM muscle cars since its market debut in 2009 not only introduces fresh styling cues but more importantly, it evokes a historic nameplate from the past, Z/28, which will complement the ZL1, featuring 7.0- liter V8.
In front, the new Camaro look slim profits and less macho through a narrow upper grille opening is decorated with a piece of chrome trim and slimmer headlights, along with a re-sculptured bumper and new functional vents positioned on the hood instead of a letter-box-like gap in the model SS.
Moving to the rear, the first thing that attracts your attention is the new one-piece LED headlights are completely different from those found in European-spec Camaro, with inspiration probably came from the 1967 and 1969 Camaro (not the 1968 - 2013 style split unit model out).
Chevrolet also redesigned rods now equipped with a three-stop lights and in some models, the spoiler that looks like flowing above. Rounding out the changes in the back is the new black diffuser that has grown in height reach the center of the plate.
GM has not released photos of the regular Camaro interior, also no mention of any upgrades or changes in the current release. The photos of the cabin Z/28 's were shared, though, suggests that there is no update visible to the dashboard styling.
Clearly, GM is more excited about the Z/28, which features in detail. The LS7-powered Z/28 is street-legal sports car tuned for track and slots between 426hp and 580hp ZL1 1LE, which has not been revealed in trim facelift.
"We set out to create the fastest street-racing Camaro may still be street-legal," said Al Oppenheiser, Camaro chief engineer "Camaro ZL1 While offering exceptional performance on the street, drag strip, and a track. Yang Z/28 entirely focused on Track performance Z/28 would be too track-focused racer most,. yet street-racer offers one of the most capable track cars ever offered from a car company. "
Chevrolet says that the Z/28 's, Corvette-sourced 7.0-liter V8 will deliver "at least 500 horsepower (373 kW) and 470 lb-ft of torque (637 Nm)" and will be linked exclusively with a six-speed manual gearbox with close-ratio gearing and a 3.91:1 ratio rear end of the rotating wheel.
Other notable features include the standard Recaro seats with microfiber suede inserts, aero package designed specifically to generate downforce at speed tracks, a limited-slip differential displays a set of helical gears, clutch packs instead of traditional, large 305/30ZR19 Pirelli PZero tires and Trofeo R Brembo braking system consists of rotor and fixed Carbon Ceramic Matrix, monoblock calipers. Changes in this chassis include a stiffer string level and suspension bushings for improved cornering response.
Pricing, availability and other details for the entire range of 2014 Camaro is expected to be released at a later date.