The Chevrolet Camaro5 ZL1 is a two-door/front-engine/rear-wheel drive pony car designed by Chevrolet's ''Toybox'' Chief Jon Moss and assembled at the Lansing Grand River plant in Michigan, USA, from 2012 to 2014. This high-performance Camaro SS runs with a supercharged 6.2L V8 engine, capable of the enormous output power of 588PS with 754Nm of torque. Combined with a 6-speed manual (TR-6060) or a 6L90 automatic transmission, this engine makes the car burst from 0-60vMph in only 3.9 seconds to reach a max speed of 182Mph. This Camaro iteration incorporates exclusive performance technologies that make it stand out among its competitors as the exceptional vehicle it is.
This fifth generation of Camaros attracts the attention of drivers and buffs on the road and racetracks worldwide, being one of the most reliable, fast, and aggressive-looking of the series. The Chevrolet Camaro5 ZL1 comes with 20-inch forged aluminum wheels, 285/35/ZR20 second-generation Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar tires on the front, and 305/35ZR20 on the back. This is supported by the third generation of magnetic ride suspension and a Brembo brake six-caliper system. The optional automatic transmission has additional clutch plates programmed with three operating modes: Drive, Sport, and Manual. The current price for a Chevrolet Camaro5 ZL1 is around $39,388.