One of the more exciting cars to be unveiled 2014 is the new Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. This particular Camaro model is designed more for track day enthusiast's than any other Chevrolet Camaro in the line. The new Z/28 is powered by a dry-sump LS7 naturally aspirated V8 engine.
The car also has fancy carbon-ceramic brakes and fluid coolers to keep the car frosty when racing on a road course. So far, Chevrolet hasn't announced any pricing details for the car, but with carbon-ceramic brakes I'm expecting this will be the most expensive Camaro in the lineup. Carbon-ceramic brakes often add thousands of dollars to the price of the vehicle.
The engine under the hood of the new Z/28 produces 500 hp and 470 pound-foot of torque. The car also gets racing inspired suspension and aerodynamic features to help the car handle on the race track.
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