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Car and Driver: 2018 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Spied Assaulting the Nürburgring!

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-What It Is: A prototype sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro that most likely previews the next-generation track-focused Camaro Z/28. The Camaro ZL1, with its supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 borrowed from the Corvette Z06, is the Camaro iteration all ate up with motor. This Z/28, as before, will be the Camaro that’s all ate up with eatin’ up, chewing, and spittin’ out racetracks. Just look at this camouflaged test mule’s borderline ridiculous aerodynamic add-ons, tires as wide as Kansas, and gaping air intakes all working toward a single purpose: Keeping the Z/28 planted and cool while circling a track at abusive velocities. Is it possible that the prototype pictured here is some sort of club racer Chevrolet is developing? Yes, but the large-ish wheels, normal-looking side mirrors, and other conventional-looking details strongly dampen that prospect. READ MORE ››

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