• Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams / SpiedBilde
The Chevrolet Camaro marches on. After the new Coupe, Convertible, 1LE, and ZL1, the next logical debut is the track-focused Z/28. We're happy to bring you some of the first images of that updated car undergoing testing.

Yeah, we know, there's not a lot to see here. Chevrolet has liberally applied camouflage to this tester, but we can already tell there's one hell of a spoiler on the rear end. That's based largely on the way the camo over the rear deck is propped up, effectively erasing the Camaro's already awful sight lines. And yes, whatever is on the rear deck looks bigger than the last Z/28 rendering we saw.

The wheels and tires are also a big giveaway to this car's true nature. The alloys look to have been plucked straight from the current Z/28, and the tires are suitably big. And while it's a far more difficult prediction, the gap between the wheels and body looks more or less equal to today's track star.

As for other predictions about the body, the camo is just too heavy to safely come up with any impressions. We'd expect ample aerodynamic changes to the fascia, a more aggressive hood, and a few other smaller tweaks. Under hood, we'd expect the Z/28 to carry on with a 6.2-liter V8. While following in the footsteps of the Bowtie's other track star, the Corvette Z06, with a supercharger could be possible, it'd likely make for a car that's too similar to the new ZL1. Therefore, we'll continue to wager on the Z/28 staying naturally aspirated.

Check out our trio of spy images up at the top of the page.


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First Drive: 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28


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