2013 Camaro ZL1 with 2750 miles. One owner since day 1. Fastest Camaro ever, they do not make them anymore!
Options include: Automatic, 20 inch forged wheels, car cover... MSRP $60190.
The most powerful production Camaro in history made its North American debut at the 2011 LA Auto Show. And while GM might tell you Chevy runs deep, the compelling power-to-dollar ratio of this souped-up muscle car means your pockets won't have to.
Powering this rear-wheel-drive pony car is a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that cranks out 580 horsepower and 556 pound-feet of torque, which Chevy says is good for zero-to-60 mph in 3.9 seconds. Top speed is 180 mph with the 6-speed manual transmission, and, curiously, 184 mph with the optional 6-speed automatic.
The ZL1 is rife with dragster-ready accoutrements, such as launch control (on manual gearboxes) and behemoth Brembo brakes. Multiple cooling systems such as a rear-differential cooler, an integrated engine- and transmission-oil cooler, and brake-cooling ducts help to diffuse all the heat drivers will no doubt be churning up.
The Camaro ZL1 is outfitted with GM's third-generation Magnetic Ride technology, which uses a special valveless damping and fluid system to adjust suspension firmness to match the road and driving conditions. This, Chevrolet says, keeps the everyday ride compliant while offering track-worthy grip and handling. Also standard is a bevy of electronic systems also found on the Corvette ZR1 that are sure to increase drivers' hero quotients, including traction control, stability control and a new electric power steering system.
Inside, leather upholstery and heated seats are standard, as well as rear-park assist with a rear-view camera display integrated in the center rear-view mirror. The standard nine-speaker audio system has both USB and Bluetooth connectivity. Options include 20-inch wheels, a stripe package, carbon-fiber hood insert, power sunroof, and a suede microfiber interior trim package.