Sometimes when you’re behind the wheel of a potent American muscle car at high speeds on a track with walls super close to the asphalt, well... shit happens. Ask me how I know this! And the poor bastard behind the wheel of this 2017 Camaro Z/28 mule knows it now too, at the Nürburgring no less.
The first time I rode in an American car I didn't know it was an American car, but I did know it seemed very different to my daddy's car. And my mummy's car. It was huge, and it sounded angry, and it didn't have a gearlever on the floor – in fact the gearlever didn't seem to be used much at all – and it felt kind of…
The Chevy Camaro Z/28 likes doing burnouts. It likes throwing down hot laps on a racetrack; it does not like being stolen. A car thief in Seattle also took a page from our favorite Nicolas Cage movie with stolen cars when he boosted a brand new Camaro Z/28 and crashed it through the dealership's doors.
The comparison between a Porsche 911 GT3 RS and the new Camaro Z/28 seems as ridiculous as Chevy actually making a track day car out of the Camaro, but it actually makes some sense. The Z/28 is one of the only track day cars that you can still buy with a manual gearbox.
The Camaro Z/28 is one of the greatest muscle cars that GM ever produced. It has a 7.0L V8 cranking out 505 hp and is equally capable on the drag-strip as well as a road course. It's so good that one LA car dealer thinks someone will pay $30,000 over sticker price.
DETROIT – When it comes to keeping its tail on the track, the 2014 Camaro Z/28 manages airflow like few other production vehicles, generating downforce like a race car to press the tires against the track for high-speed stability and greater cornering capability.
The Camaro z/28 is back with an LS7 V8 and 500 horsepower. Carbon brakes, AC is optional, and tons of weight was taken out.
Although the just-unveiled Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 will be the top-end performance package of the Camaro, Chevy's reborn muscle car, it won't be the last high-powered special edition. The Z28 is still coming, and GM wants to know what you think it should be.
The owner of the black Lexus HS 250h in this picture made two mistakes: illegally parking in a handicap spot and illegally parking in the handicap spot usually used by the owner of this classic Z/28 Camaro. [Pro-Touring]
Yes, the 2012 Chevy Camaro Z28's been officially spotted on the road wearing some very garish camouflage. The tester spotted by Chris Doane, Brenda Priddy's kept man, has the 6.2-liter LS9 engine under the hood and — an automatic?! [Camaro5]