Oh my God, my friends, even though this happened on Friday—a whole four days ago—I’m still relishing the instant karma I was fortunate enough witness go down while I was driving. I can’t wait to tell you about it.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Z28 is “triple black,” owing to its ebon paint, likewise top, and ditto interior. That’s an excellent color combination, but will it prove excellent enough to warrant going into the red for its purchase?
The Chevy Camaro of the ’90s doesn’t get a whole lot of love, does it? Maybe because the Camaro nameplate died on the fourth-gen’s watch, maybe it just wasn’t that great of a car. Regardless, there are still a few out there that have been almost perfectly preserved. And they’re starting to look good again.
Nothing matters when you have a rental Camaro. It’s surprisingly fast, sure, but at its heart, it’s still a rental car. Get the insurance? Don’t care. Rev the crap out of it? Don’t care. Accidentally call it a Mustang? Sure enough, don’t care. It’s a car that exists to be beaten on, as Regular Car Reviews explains.
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Normally, I think Nürburgring lap times are silly and shouldn’t be taken seriously, but the time that the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE just set is so insane that I’m going to tell you about it anyway. It involves good, wholesome American manual gearboxes kicking the crap out of fancy soft European dual-clutch…
The best part of this dashcam video isn’t the karma served up to this Chevy Camaro driver brake-checking another car three times in a row then losing it in an intersection and crashing up a pole. It’s watching the car flail aimlessly, more upright than desired, in reverse with no wheels on the ground.
NASCAR driver Austin Dillon didn’t get to properly celebrate his first ever Cup Series win with a big burnout. He ran out of gas just as the tires started to spin. So, to redeem the good name of the post-race burnout, he whipped out a gold-wrapped Camaro and filled a barn full of smoke.
The new Camaro ZL1 1LE-based GT4.R already looks pretty amazing, with the addition of big aerodynamic bits and that 6.2-liter LT1 V8. Paint it black and red with a big ‘Murican eagle down the side and it’s just scary good. Here’s the Camaro GT4.R the Stevenson Motorsports team is debuting this weekend in the…
The recently introduced 2018 Buick Regal Sportback and TourX (wagon) are lovely Buick machines, and it didn’t take long for word to slip of a possible continuation of the Regal GS model. The question then became how far GM would take it, and some have answered “335 horsepower Camaro V6!” and that answer is probably…
You may have seen renderings of a ‘new Chevrolet El Camino’ based on the Chevy Camaro popping up in your internet feeds. That shit’s fake. It’s all lies. This is your warning.
The 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, a 650-horsepower Camaro, will max out at 198 miles per hour. Yes, a stock Camaro will do nearly 200 miles an hour. Two. Hundred. Miles. An. Hour. Camaro.
If conditions aren’t warm enough for your summer tires, why not just attack the road with propane-fueled flames?
Here you can see not one but two camo-wrapped Chevrolet Camaro mules. Could they be the new Camaro Z/28? Probably! Maybe! Sure looks like it!
When it comes to American cars designed to tear ass, the three biggest camps are arguably Camaro, Mustang, and Corvette. For decades these three factions have been locked in eternal struggle. But there’s hope, in the form of The One Who Is Them All. Behold the Corvamarostang.
The first ever Chevrolet Camaro prototype, VIN # 100001, has returned to its spiritual home of Detroit, and will be sitting on the side of Woodward Avenue for the next few days. Here’s the car’s incredible story.
Chevrolet just spilled the beans on acceleration times and pricing for the I Need To Write Up My Will Before Driving This Thing 650 horsepower 2017 Camaro ZL1, and they look extremely compelling.
When news of the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 first hit the streets, the world rejoiced at its 640 horsepower rating, a huge improvement over the puny, sad and weak 580 HP in the old ZL1. But... what if there was more? What if the new ZL1 had just a bit more power to give? Friend, I’m here to tell you that it does.