When you want Demon performance with a droptop.
Chevrolet Camaro Zl1
This Camaro is nothing like what we'll see on the streets.
Suspension by Multimatic, brakes by Brembo, tires by Goodyear. Smiles by whoever's driving.
Lots of aero, barely street-legal tires, and high-tech suspension do wonders.
Testing is to see how Hennessey can upgrade from stock.
Watch it destroy some tires at the dragstrip.
500 high-speed miles tell you a lot about a very powerful convertible.
We talk sports sedan fights and crazy Camaros, do a big Geneva preview, and spend your theoretical money.
The option package will be available this summer.
Faster than the current Corvette Z06, slower than a Hellcat.
Think of it as the sweet spot between a CTS-V and a Corvette Z06.
Chevy is back on the 'Ring with the Camaro ZL1, this time with two cars without any camouflage.
Texans, please stay away from water in your sports cars. Now, this latest fiasco isn't quite so dire as the Lone Star State's last attempt at an amphibious sportscar - a waterlogged Bugatti Veyron - although that's largely because the Veyron in that story cost $1.6 million and this submerged Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 only cost about $57,000. Still, it's a sad state of affairs for the supercharged, 580-horsepower rocket.