Chevrolet Z28 Camaro reborn
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Back in the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s, there were few muscle car models that could match the Chevrolet Z28 Camaro in terms of desirability.
Although this performance model was revived a number of times after its first appearance, including during the 1990s at around the time the Chevy Tahoe first took the stage, the Z28 is now getting a completely modern reimagining for the first time since 2002.
The 2014 iteration of the Z28 Camaro will rock a V8 engine pulled from a Corvette and will also pair this with beefier brakes to help wrangle the added power under the driver's control.
Like its predecessors, the new Z28 will also be lighter than the standard Camaro, so it should be able to make good use of the 500 horsepower that it has on tap. Although GM did not reveal a 0-60mph time for the car, you can expect it to be quite impressive.
GM spokesperson, Alan Batey, said that it will not be selling a large number of Z28s and also claimed that it should help to bring back memories of the Camaro's glory days and, hopefully, create a vehicle that becomes a classic in the future.