2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z28!

The 2013 New York Auto Show introduced the redesigned 2014 Chevrolet Camaro, the most legendary model in Camaro history. This model got a revised exterior design that implements high-performance aerodynamics to achieve more stability and efficient cooling at high speeds. The new Chevy Camaro Z/28 includes a full aerodynamics package.

Chevrolet Camaro Z28 (2014)

Have a look at the comments of the ones in charge of this project:

Mark Reuss, president, GM North America, said: “As the ultimate track-capable Camaro, this car restores the mission of the original Z/28, and serves as a testament to the expertise of Chevrolet as the best-selling brand of performance cars. The build sheet is the wish list of any racer: lightweight, high-revving, dry-sump LS7 engine; carbon-ceramic brakes; integrated coolers for track use; true aerodynamic downforce, and a significant reduction in curb weight. This car could only come from Chevrolet, and could only be called the Z/28.”


“We set out to make the fastest road-racing Camaro possible that was still street-legal,” said Camaro chief engineer, Al Oppenheiser. “While the Camaro ZL1 offers exceptional performance on the street, the drag strip, and the track, the Z/28 is entirely focused on the track performance. The Z/28 will be too track-focused for most drivers, but offers road-racers one of the most capable track cars ever offered from an automaker. Unlike the Ford Mustang Boss 302, we felt it was important to keep the 2+2 configuration of the Camaro Z/28 as Chevrolet already has a world-class two-seat sports car in the Corvette. By modifying the construction of the rear seat, we were able to reduce the overall weight of the Z/28 while still preserving the flexibility of 2+2 seating.”


The hand-assembled 7.0L (427 cid) V-8 features high-performance elements, such as:

• Titanium intake valves and connecting rods, and sodium-filled exhaust valves
• CNC-ported aluminum cylinder heads
• Forged-steel crankshaft and main bearing caps
• High-lift camshaft
• Hydroformed exhaust headers
• 11.0:1 compression ratio, and a 7,000 rpm redline.
• 10.5-quart, dry-sump oiling system
• Eliminated the tire-inflator kit, except for Rhode Island and New Hampshire, where it is required by law
• Removed interior sound deadener, and carpeting from the trunk
• Replaced the standard LN4 battery with a smaller, lightweight, LN3 battery
• Specified thinner, 3.2-mm glass for the rear window, compared to 3.5-mm glass on the standard Camaro
• HID headlamps and foglights are not available
• Air conditioning is only available as a stand-alone option


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