A woman driving a Camaro SS reportedly had a seizure at this past weekend's Cars and Coffee in Dallas, pinning her foot to the throttle and driving into two Corvette Z06s. The driver was quickly hospitalized and is in unknown condition.
Watching an engine up on a stand doesn't always count as porn, although Lingenfelter's 358ci LSx flat plane crank race engine with a 76mm Garrett turbo, producing more than 1,000 hp. Watch for it in the Lingenfelter Gen V Camaro SS.
The Chevrolet Camaro SS can be an irresistible ride — but that's no excuse for stealing one, hitting 130 mph on a joyride captured by your "bro" on video, then crashing it and fleeing to your grandmother's house. It gets weirder.
Keith Williams knew enough about cars to know the 1969 Camaro SS he'd just purchased off eBay was a fake. What he didn't know was the car was stolen in 1975 and that police in California would be able to find the original owner in New Jersey.
Texans honor their promises, so when the guys from TeamHall & Nass promised to return the brand new 2011 Camaro SS Convertible to GM in as-good-as-new condition they meant it. Even with a hail storm on the way.
Right on schedule, like the 3:10 to Yuma, John Hennessey's dropped a blower kit into the new Camaro SS Convertible and found 602 horses. Just try and keep the eviscerated rubber particles out of your teeth.
Beating rental cars is nothing new, but there are limits to how far you can push it and get your deposit back. Especially if you're attempting to jump a rented 2010 Camaro SS over train tracks. Ouch. Warning: NSFW language.
When we say the Chevy Camaro is built like a tank we mean it's almost impossible to see out of. A Cincinnati man, however, proved the car's either exceptionally safe or he's exceptionally lucky after walking away from this crash.
This 1969 Camaro SS was given an updated body kit styled to look like the 2010 Camaro SS concept, which itself was partially styled after the 1969 Camaro SS. Oh glorious, mulleted blasphemy!
While searching for a 2010 Camaro SS, a Jalopnik reader came across this photo of a man giving the old one-fingered salute to prospective buyers coming to a Texas Chevy dealer's site. Full image below.
According to the person who posted this pic, the driver of this Camaro SS wanted to celebrate his day-old car purchase by doing a burnout. Quickly followed by losing control, crashing, and getting arrested. UPDATE!
In a quest to find the most sleep-inducing engine note, we begin with Nissan’s VQ35DE V6, as installed in a 350Z. Let’s see what happens.