With only 775 miles, this 2015 Camaro ZL1 Convertible is virtually
showroom new. Dressed in Ashen Gray Metallic with black wheels and
black convertible top, you could star as the hero or villain in any
action movie. The six speed manual transmission is paired to a
powerhouse super-charged 6.2L LSA engine with 580hp, so you are
ready for the road course or the street. Drop the soft top for
fresh air or just to hear the amazing throaty exhaust note. With a
click of a button, the exhaust note will switch between Touring
Mode and Sport Mode to truly unleash the monster within this modern
day muscle car.
But this beast is also a beauty, tastefully accented with suede steering wheel and shift knob, creating a heavenly touch to everything your hands grasp. The special ZL1 interior includes leather and suede seats and embroidered center console. Never get lost on your way to the drag strip in this claimed 11 second 1/4 mile car, just let your GPS navigation system direct you to your destination. No need to worry about hearing your tunes with the top down, because this car was purchased with GM's premium Boston Acoustics sound system.
Kept garaged and under cover, this is one of the newest and lowest mileage 2015 Camaro ZL1's on the market.
Call Art & Speed Classic Cars at 901-850-0507 to make this beast yours!
6.2L Supercharged V8 580HP
Factory Exhaust Dual Mode Performance
Limited Slip Differential
Six Speed Manual Transmission
Power Steering, Electric Assist
Four wheel disc brakes
Magnetic Ride Control
Tire Pressure Monitor System
20 inch Forged Aluminum Wheels
Ashen Gray Metallic Paint
Day time running lights
HID Headlamps with LED Halo Ring
Power Door Locks
Power Convertible Top
Rear Vision Camera
Remote Keyless Entry
6-Way Power Seat with Power Recline
Driver and Passenger Heated Seats
Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls
Color Driver Information Center
Heads Up Display
Premium Audio System
Suede Wrapped Steering Wheel and Shift Knob
Embroidered Center Console
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