Back in February at the Daytona 500, Chevrolet unveiled a track-ready 1LE trim for its 650-horsepower Camaro ZL1, complete with spool-valve dampers, huge tires, and a bunch of aerodynamic add-ons. The ZL1 1LE set to be one of Chevy’s most brutal track-day specials yet, and now we get to see how it goes about tackling the famous Nurburgring Nordschleife. Spoiler: the car looks very fast.
The mid-engined version of everyone’s favorite American sports car, the Chevrolet Corvette, is coming. Or at least, a lot of auto industry folks think it’s coming, thanks to all the rumors, leaked info, and test mules that have been spied recently. After decades of speculation and renderings, this is what we know so far about the most fervently anticipated American sports car in history.
With the arrival of the sixth-generation Camaro, you knew Chevrolet would want to make a big splash with the car at the 2015 SEMA show. We’ve already seen the Camaro SS Red Accent Package concept (a silver convertible with, yes, red accents), the thematically opposite Camaro SS Black Accent Package concept (a red coupe with black), as well as a Camaro Red Line series (a silver coupe with red-and-black accents). Chevrolet’s philosophy, however, seems to be: Why stop at three? So the company sent forth to SEMA another four Camaros, and again they’re known mostly by their color schemes.