This 2012 Chevrolet Camaro SS SLP ZL600 represents a low-mileage
limited edition coupe professionally supercharged to a tire-burning
600 horsepower. So when you can get a sinister-looking machine with
custom car rarity, you know this is an awesome opportunity for a
true performance collectable.
Chevrolet and SLP have a long history of working closely to create
some awesome performance Camaros. And it just seems to be even more
fitting to have a special coupe from 2012: the Camaro's 45th
anniversary. Of course, the desirability of this one is far more
than just its history. The factory black paint provides a nice
backdrop for the special SLP two-tone graphics package that draws
extra attention to the power bulge in the hood and the hood scoop.
The special stripes continue in the rear, and the added highlights
around the dual exhaust look like they are announcing this car's
power even when the motor is off.
The full intimidating darkness feeling continues inside, but what
you'll really appreciate is how this is a loaded modern machine.
You get cold-blowing air conditioning, power seats, power windows,
power locks, keyless entry/alarm, heated seats, power steering, and
cruise control. Plus, you get an awesome Boston Acoustics stereo
system. We all love the retro-cool gauges that give you the large
speedo and tach up front with the classic quad auxiliary readouts
in the center console. But your favorite gauges will likely be the
modern head-up display that's ideal for performance driving. As a
true special edition car, there are custom touches like the
embroidered headrests, floor mats, and dash plaque. Plus, that SLP
boost gauge on the steering column gets you ready for something
extra special under the hood.
We've mentioned the beastly power before, but now it's time to dive
into the details. Under the hood lives the numbers-matching
6.2-liter fuel-injected LS3 V8. The masters at SLP added a TVS 2300
supercharger fed by a Blackwing cold air Induction system. And the
mighty V8 exhales with authority as headers feed the special SLP
exhaust system. The full package is rated at a whopping 600
horsepower - hence, the ZL600's name! That kind of power on tap
means a serious rush rowing throw all six gears of the manual
transmission. Plus, SLP added enhancements to Chevrolet's already
well-done fully independent suspension and Brembo four-wheel disc
Complete with owner's manual, we love SLP because they know how to
build a quality seed machine. So if you want power, history, and
rarity, don't miss this coupe. Call now!