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Demons can't drop their tops.

When you want Demon performance with a droptop.

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Pay for the whole track, but you'll only need the line.

Suspension by Multimatic, brakes by Brembo, tires by Goodyear. Smiles by whoever's driving.

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Lots of aero, barely street-legal tires, and high-tech suspension do wonders.

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High speed in the hands of Hennessey.

Testing is to see how Hennessey can upgrade from stock.

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The Exorcist doesn't come cheap, though

Watch it destroy some tires at the dragstrip.

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We talk sports sedan fights and crazy Camaros, do a big Geneva preview, and spend your theoretical money.

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Nearly there...

Faster than the current Corvette Z06, slower than a Hellcat.

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Looks mean, sounds meaner.

Chevy is back on the 'Ring with the Camaro ZL1, this time with two cars without any camouflage.

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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.