Chevy Camaro Z/28
This year marks the final year of production of the fifth generation Chevrolet Camaro. It has been a very successful car for GM with almost 500,000 cars being sold since it went on sale in 2009 (they should hit that number once the March sales are final).
Of course this generation car is also attached to a famous Transformer. With Bumblebee being a fifth generation car in the more recent movies, it further helped sales of the performance machine and it was able to outsell its chief rival, Mustang.
Hit the jump to find out more about the fifth generation Camaro and to see a video with a tease of the sixth generation car.
Of course the majority of these cars are the V6 powered cars with 323 horsepower. The most popular V8 powered car is the is the 426 horsepower SS. Then the ZL1 which is the most powerful factory produced Camaro in the models history, with 580 horsepower from a supercharged V8. But the one most really want is the Z/28 which is purely track focused car and has a very nice 505 horsepower output.
Watch the following video to get a glimpse of the sixth generation Camaro. You’ll know it’s the 2016 car when you see the double bubble roof.
Also, make sure to subscribe to this blog (if you aren’t already) as GM recently gave us a 2015 Chevy Camaro SS (with the 1LE package, a.k.a. Track Pack), so a review of the outgoing model will be very soon.
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Video Source: YouTube