This is one of the most sinister Camaros to ever hit the streets or
track. So if you were not one of the lucky few to receive one of
the handful of 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28s when new, this is now
your rare opportunity to pick up this 505 hp monster that is barely
out of its factory wrapper.
This looks like a racetrack star, because it is one. Chevrolet's
engineers took their time creating the ultimate Camaro by taking it
back to its roots. The Z/28 package was born out of SCCA racing,
and so they dove deeper into this heritage by honing the
aerodynamic package on the best tracks in America as well as the
Nurburgring. The result is a car that can beat Lamborghinis around
Germany's famous road. But you don't see an international contender
with this one; you see a midnight hero. This is a blacked-out
superstar with a lightweight aluminum & carbon fiber hood, muscular
arches, large spoiler, and special black 19-inch forged aluminum
The first thing you will notice when you open the door are the Z/28
embroidered sports seats by the masters at Recaro. The low 2,582
miles on the odometer means little seat time, so you'll be hard
pressed to find any signs of use. These leather sports seats are
quite comfortable for their level of track bolstering. The suede
inserts are repeated on the microfiber dash, doors, gearshift, and
special flat-bottom steering wheel. This super coupe is loaded with
plenty of convenience features such as power windows, power locks,
keyless entry, cruise control, wheel-mounted controls, dual front
airbags, side airbags, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth.
Because it has a full interior, it's hard to tell that everything
from the driver's seat to the rear glass has been engineered to
save weight and give this Camaro a true track diet.
Such a low mileage car means also quite a fresh engine bay, and
there's serious power within the fresh appearance. The correct LS7
V8 has the legendary 427 cubic-inch displacement, but it's built to
be a modern performance machine. That means a 505 horsepower
fuel-injected juggernaut that proved also proved its worth in cars
like the Corvette Z06. The six-speed manual transmission is a stout
Tremec unit that was built with better ratios so that this one can
really be taken to the racetrack. In fact, the fully independent
suspension was also upgraded to make this a contender from day one.
Not only does it use known components like modern bushings and
anti-roll bars, but it also utilizes cutting-edge race car
equipment like spool-valve dampers. The result is a vehicle that
will embarrass more expensive hardware wherever you challenge it.
There is a traction management system (no, not traction control)
that helps understand where to send the rear wheel torque to
optimize cornering and traction without losing speed. This works in
conjunction with features like the race-inspired carbon-ceramic
brakes, power steering, and the newer Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires
tires to create a feeling where you are in control and sticking to
the blacktop like glue.
The 5th generation Camaro resurrected the classic's name, and this
Z/28 grew the legend into supercar status. So you know it's an
instant classic that will be valued even more for a level of
preservation like this. Call today!!!