I'm not talking about a seizure where everything stops moving. I'm talking about the kind where you get all twitchy all over. That is exactly what the COPO Camaro's automatic belt tensioner looks like as the car struggles to find grip and put all of its power down.
Although we suspected Chevrolet would join in the factory spec drag racing fun after they showed and track tested the COPO Camaro concept late last year, this past week they made it official. The company plans to build 69 COPO Camaros in 2012—the same amount of legendary COPO ZL1s that left the factory in 1969.