Car steering has made absolutely incredible advances in accuracy and ease over the past few years, but that often has come with sacrifices in one other area.
Do you remember when Chevrolet turned the Camaro into supercar-smashing track monster? Even with the Hellcat taking all the hype these days, it’s hard to beat the mighty Camaro Z/28. Now you can pick up some awesome Z/28s with $25,000 discounted off the MSRP.
In 2014, we find ourselves in the most glorious age of American performance since Lyndon Johnson was president. Each of the Detroit brands is represented by powerful and thoroughly modern examples of classic muscle and pony cars. But which one is best?
If the stripped and track-focused Camaro Z/28 is something like Chevy's version of the Porsche GT3, Hennessey just made Chevy's GT2 for them.
"Hello, this is OnStar. We see you just spun your Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 into a wall at Road America. Do you require an ambulance or can we just come by and make fun of you?"
After a childhood spent doing absolutely nothing but watching Back to the Future Part II, you were prepared to be disappointed. 2015 is next year and still there are no hoverboards, no plastic ties, and no flying cars. But that's about to change. The Camaro Z/28 comes with something called "Flying Car Mode."
The new 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a lightened, track focused pony car with a 500 horsepower V8 and no radio. But its name has been around since 1966. Let's take a quick look at the family.
Daniel O'Grady, an Australian into exploring old Japanese castles, happened upon this random sadness pile in Kurume City on Kyushu island. It's definitely a five-hanky lot of cars gone to seed, though rife with rusty-muscle-car porn.
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.