The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a Rear-wheel drive Coupe. It can accommodate up to 4 passengers. It has 2 Doors and is powered by a 7.0L V8 OHV 16-valve engine which outputs 505 hp @ 6100 rpm and is paired with 6-speed manual transmission gearbox. The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 has cargo capacity of 320 Liters and the vehicle weighs 1736 kg. In terms of ride assists, the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 has stability control and traction control in addition to anti-lock brake system (ABS). The vehicle has an optional engine as well It offers and. Safety features also include Driver-side front airbag and Passenger-side front airbag. The front suspension is Independent front suspension while the rear suspension is Independent rear suspension. The car also features a Yes It has 19-inch black forged aluminum wheels as standard. Electronic features include Cruise Control. For convenience, the car has Power windows and Power door locks. There is also a remote keyless entry feature. Moreover, the car has. The steering wheel has audio control buttons. In terms of performance, the car has 552 N.m of torque and a top speed of 293 km/h. The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds and hits quarter mile at 12.3 seconds. Fuel consumption is 16.3 L/100km in the city and 10.4 L/100km in the highway. The car price starts at $ 77,400
2014 Chevrolet Camaro RS GoPro Footage 0-60 mph & 0-100 mph
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Supercharged 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Top Speed in 1-Mile at The Texas Mile
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2014 Chevrolet Camaro Used Price Estimates
Estimates based on a driving average of 12,000 miles per year
|Used Condition||Trade In Price||Private Party Price||Dealer Retail Price|
|Outstanding||$ 11,588||$ 13,808||$ 15,852|
|Clean||$ 11,112||$ 13,228||$ 15,155|
|Average||$ 10,161||$ 12,068||$ 13,760|
|Rough||$ 9,210||$ 10,908||$ 12,365|
For tire-burning power and Hollywood looks, it doesn't get much better than the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro. The reintroduced Z/28 model is sure to thrill around a racetrack as well.
After fourth-generation Camaro production stopped back in 2002, many feared this automotive icon was dead for good. Thankfully, Chevy brought it back after a nearly decade-long hiatus. Even better, Chevrolet has been making steady improvements since. For the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro, you'll instantly spot the car's sleeker front grille, new headlights and taillights, and minor changes all around. But the return of the Z/28 moniker adds a whole new level to Camaro performance this year.
With the existing 426-horsepower SS and 580-hp ZL1 models, the Chevy Camaro lineup certainly wasn't short on tire-frying power. New for 2014, the racetrack-themed Z/28 buffs out the Camaro's handling capabilities. To start, Chevy implemented a variety of weight-saving measures, including no standard air-conditioning and reduced sound-deadening material. The Z/28's performance is further fortified by a trick race-oriented suspension, standard carbon-ceramic brakes and special aerodynamic body pieces. Under the hood you'll find the 7.0-liter V8 formerly used in the (now-discontinued) Corvette Z06 that cranks out approximately 500 hp.
Essentially, the Z/28 is a stripped-out, beefed-up, maximum-grade version of the Camaro that's happiest on a racetrack. But should all this seem like too much (whether in terms of specs or price), know that any Camaro is still going to be loads of fun. If the three available V8 engines are too much grunt for your needs, a 323-hp V6 is still available, and it gets respectable mileage, too. Meanwhile, with its sleek lines, big wheels, bulging hood and swollen wheel arches, the Camaro continues to be a real looker.
Alas, there are some downsides endemic to the Camaro. Seeing out of the thing, for instance, is one of the car's more distracting elements. The tiny windows look great from the outside, but they result in poor outward visibility. And if you're planning on taking friends anywhere, you'd better hope those friends are very small children, as the backseat is a real squeeze for adults.
Then again, limited practicality is pretty much a given with a muscle car. The Dodge Challenger and the Ford Mustang are two names that have gone head-to-head with the Camaro for years and they both offer different strengths. The Mustang provides similar performance for less money and is still our favorite pick for base V6 and V8 models, but the ZL1 is better than the GT500, and there's no Mustang equivalent to the new Z/28 this year. The Challenger, meanwhile, is the roomiest and most comfortable in this group, but it does feel significantly larger and less nimble to drive. As an alternative to all of the above, Hyundai's Genesis Coupe might be worth a look.
Whichever performance car you settle on, know that the Camaro will turn heads on a regular basis and will seldom fail to put a smile on your face.
The 2014 Chevy Camaro is available in both four-seat coupe and convertible body styles. There are eight trim levels, including the V6-powered 1LS/2LS and 1LT/2LT, the V8-powered 1SS/2SS and high-performance ZL1. Topping out the range is the ultra-performance Z/28. The 1LS/2LS and Z/28 models are available only as a hardtop coupe, while all other Camaro models are available as a coupe or convertible.
Standard equipment on the entry-level 1LS includes 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, keyless entry, air-conditioning, manually adjustable front seats with power recline, cruise control, a manual tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, Bluetooth phone connectivity, OnStar and a six-speaker sound system with a CD player, auxiliary audio input jack and satellite radio. The 2LS adds an automatic transmission.
The 1LT tacks on foglights, remote start (automatic transmission models only), eight-way power front seats, a 7-inch touchscreen with smartphone app integration (Chevy's "MyLink") and Bluetooth audio connectivity. In addition to a power-operated soft top, all 1LT convertible versions also come standard with rear parking sensors and a rearview camera.
The 2LT includes these items plus 19-inch alloy wheels, heated mirrors, auto-dimming rearview and driver's outside mirrors, extra gauges, a head-up display, rear parking sensors and a rearview camera, leather upholstery, heated front seats and a nine-speaker Boston Acoustics audio system. Most equipment on the 2LT is optional on the 1LT, so the main distinction between these two trims is leather upholstery, which is not available on the 1LT.
The 1SS is equipped similarly to the 1LT but adds a V8 engine, a limited-slip differential, 20-inch alloy wheels, a sport-tuned suspension and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The 2SS essentially combines the 1SS model's performance bits with the 2LT's convenience and luxury features. The 1LE Performance package available only on manual transmission-equipped SS models includes racetrack-inspired hardware upgrades including unique gearing, suspension tuning and tires.
The ZL1 is equipped similarly to the 2SS but adds several performance upgrades in the form of a supercharged V8, Brembo brakes, adaptive magnetic suspension dampers, unique 20-inch wheels with performance summer tires and retuned power steering. Exterior styling features include a functional carbon-fiber air extractor for the hood as well as a unique rear spoiler and unique front and rear fascias. Inside the cabin you'll find simulated suede upholstery and a smaller, flat-bottomed steering wheel.
The RS package (available on all trims but the 1LS/2LS and ZL1) adds 20-inch wheels, a rear spoiler and xenon headlights. A sunroof is optional on all coupe models except the LS, while a variety of exterior stripes and trim detailing are available across the board. Recaro sport seats are available on SS and ZL1 coupe models.
A stripped-out, ultra-high-performance version of the Camaro, the new Z/28 weighs a claimed 300 pounds fewer than the ZL1 thanks to a variety of weight-saving measures, including reduced sound-deadening material and the deletion of the air-conditioning system (don't worry, you can get it back as an option). The Z/28 Camaro comes with a larger, more powerful V8 engine, special lightweight 19-inch wheels, a special race-oriented suspension, performance tires and carbon-ceramic brakes. The 2014 Chevy Camaro Z/28 is only offered with a six-speed manual transmission. Xenon headlights and foglights are not available and the car's minimalist stereo has only one speaker.
The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro LS and LT are powered by a 3.6-liter V6 that produces 323 hp and 278 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is standard and a six-speed automatic is optional. EPA-estimated fuel economy is 20 mpg combined (17 mpg city/28 mpg highway) with the manual transmission. The automatic transmission equipped on the 1LS, 1LT and 2LT returns an EPA-estimated 22 mpg combined (19 mpg city/30 mpg highway), while the automatic transmission on the 2LS has a longer final-drive ratio and gets 21 mpg combined (18 mpg city/27 mpg highway).
The Camaro SS has a 6.2-liter V8 that produces 426 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque with the standard six-speed manual and 400 hp and 410 lb-ft with the six-speed automatic. With the manual, the SS hits 60 mph in 4.8 seconds; EPA-estimated fuel economy is 19 mpg combined (16 mpg city/24 mpg highway). The automatic is only slightly less fuel-efficient at 18 mpg combined (15 mpg city/24 mpg highway).
The Camaro ZL1 boasts a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 with 580 hp and 556 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, with a six-speed automatic optional. In track testing, the ZL1 accelerated from zero to 60 mph in a very quick 4.4 seconds. Fuel mileage estimates are 16 mpg combined (14 mpg city/19 mpg highway) with the manual transmission and 14 mpg combined (12 mpg city/18 mpg highway) with the automatic.
The Camaro Z/28 gets a 7.0-liter V8 with an estimated 500 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque. A six speed manual is the only transmission available. EPA-estimate fuel economy is 15 mpg combined (13 mpg city/19 mpg highway).
Every 2014 Chevy Camaro comes standard with antilock disc brakes, traction and stability control, front-seat side airbags and full-length side curtain airbags. Also standard is the OnStar telematics system, which includes automatic crash notification, on-demand roadside assistance, remote door unlocking, stolen vehicle assistance and turn-by-turn navigation.
In government crash tests, the Camaro earned a top five-star rating overall, with five stars for front crash protection and five stars for side-impact protection. In brake testing, a Chevy Camaro SS with the 1LE came to a stop from 60 mph in 108 feet, while a ZL1 Convertible did it in 107 feet. Both are excellent distances, but keep in mind that both of these test cars had summer performance tires. Camaros with all-season tires likely won't stop as short.
No matter which engine you choose, no one will ever accuse your 2014 Chevrolet Camaro of being slow. Buying a V6 Camaro isn't the stigma it used to be. The V6 is responsive and revs freely, and the exhaust note is pleasingly sporty. Still, the V8 better fits the Camaro's tough guy persona with its tire-shredding power and thundering sound. All of that goes double for the supercharged ZL1.
Driven around turns, the Camaro grips hard and steers with precision. It's not the easiest car to see out of, and there's a lot of weight to manage, but by and large the Camaro is pretty talented on twisty roads. The world-class ZL1, however, is in another league entirely. Not only does it deliver acceleration on par with exotic supercars costing many thousands more, but its adaptive suspension and upgraded Brembo brakes make it equally well-mannered on the racetrack and your daily commute.
We haven't driven the 2014 Chevy Camaro Z/28 yet, but expectations are high for its dominance on the track.
Old-school pony cars weren't known for their jazzy interiors, but the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro makes a clean break with that tradition. Done up with a number of retro touches like square bezels around the gauges, the overall effect is stylish despite the use of a little too much hard plastic. Outward visibility, though, is hampered by thick roof pillars and a low roof line, and you'll want to make sure you can live with this aspect of Chevy Camaro ownership during your test-drive.
The Camaro's touchscreen display interface features a clean layout and intuitive menu structure, and it allows control of smartphone radio apps, such as Pandora and Stitcher. Unfortunately, the interface can prove frustrating to use at times, as reactions to touch inputs are occasionally slow or missed entirely.
While the front seats are comfortable enough, the Camaro's rear seat is the smallest among its rivals. The trunk is equally tiny at just 11.3 cubic feet, and the smallish trunk opening also makes loading and unloading of larger items a frustrating experience.
The Camaro Convertible has 10.2 cubic feet of trunk capacity with the top up and dips below 8 cubes with the top down. Although the convertible top is power-operated, you have to release a manual latch in the cockpit to open it, and the protective vinyl cover for the top must be secured from outside the car.
No Camaro is slow. With over 320 horsepower, even the basest of Camaro models has enough power to produce grin-inducing straight-line blasts. Then there's the ZL1 with a supercharged V8 that manifests 580 horsepower and boasts a 0-60 mph time of 3.9 seconds. That's supercar-quick, and thanks to its built-in launch control, that model can accelerate thus so even by novices. Our vote for the most well-rounded Camaro is the 426-horsepower SS model with the 6-speed manual (our gearbox of choice, as automatic transmissions feature an Active Fuel Management system that reduces horsepower count by 26). With a girth of power channeled to the rear wheels, it's easy to point and shoot the Camaro. But attempting to toss nearly two tons of American muscle around a track is more about finesse than fun. Severely limited rear visibility remains a big tradeoff for the Camaro's aggressive exterior design.
EXTERIOR STYLINGThe latest-gen Camaro has been out a few years now, but its outward looks still turn heads, young and old. Subtle but smart updates for 2014 keep the Camaro looking fresh.BANG FOR BUCKAlong with that style common to all Camaros, V6 models continue to offer tremendous performance for the price. Base LS models offer a bucket of fun for around $ 25,000.
Standing in sharp contrast to the Camaro’s excellent exterior design is its lackluster interior. Expectations are quickly deflated at the sight and feel of hard plastics on the doors and center console. The available cluster of four gauges for oil pressure, battery voltage, and oil and transmission temperature help to bring retro charm to the cockpit. The Camaro's low-slung roof robs headspace for taller drivers, the small sun visors are nearly useless, and the back seats can feel like purgatory for adults. The Camaro's trunk opening is also rather awkward, but the seats do fold to expand cargo space.
A portrait of attitude and aggressiveness, one of the biggest draws of the Camaro is its scintillating skin. From its menacing front grille and narrow headlights to its muscular rear haunches and twin tailpipes, this Chevy is an image of machismo. For 2014, the Camaro gets a sleeker yet more aggressive front fascia and an impressively redone tail that offers a sporty diffuser and wide LED taillights. Camaro SS and 1LE models now have a functional hood vent to reduce heat. Z/28 models include a full aerodynamics package that functions to provide extra downforce at high speeds on the track.
The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro is available as a coupe and convertible, and in over half a dozen trim levels. Base LS models, available as a coupe only, come with a 6-speaker AM/FM/CD/satellite audio system with Bluetooth and an auxiliary jack, cruise control, 18-inch steel wheels and a limited-slip differential. LT models add features like a 7-inch touch screen, power front seats and Chevy's MyLink telematics system with a USB input but no CD player. SS models gain the 6.2-liter V8 engine, Brembo brakes, and 20-inch wheels. Safety features on all models include six airbags, stability and traction control, and GM's OnStar communications system with features like automatic crash response and other emergency and concierge services.
Options for the 2014 Camaro include a 6-speed automatic transmission in place of the 6-speed manual, navigation, a rear-view camera, a power sunroof, and that retro-cool 4-gauge instrumentation cluster. With this car's emphasis on performance, it's no surprise that options abound to make it look and handle better. The RS package, for example, includes 20-inch aluminum wheels and high-intensity discharge (HID) headlights. Audio enthusiasts will be interested in the 9-speaker, 245-watt Boston Acoustics premium sound system. A 2-tone interior package gives Camaro cabins a more upscale feel.
The Camaro now offers five engine choices for 2014: LS and LT models use a 323-horsepower 3.6-liter direct-injected LFX V6. SS versions have a 400-horsepower 6.2-liter L99 V8 with Active Fuel Management (for automatic transmission models) or a 426-horsepower 6.2-liter LS3 V8. ZL1 models use a 580-horsepower supercharged LSA V8. New to the lineup for 2014 is a 7.0-liter LS7 naturally aspirated V8 for the Camaro Z/28, which is only available with a 6-speed manual transmission.3.6-liter V6323 horsepower @ 6,800 rpm278 lb-ft of torque @ 4,800 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 18/27 mpg (automatic), 19/30 mpg (automatic 2LS), 17/28 mpg (manual)6.2-liter V8400 horsepower @ 5,900 rpm410 lb-ft of torque @ 4,300 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 15/24 mpg6.2-liter V8426 horsepower @ 5,900 rpm420 lb-ft of torque @ 4,600 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 16/24 mpg6.2-liter supercharged V8580 horsepower @ 6,000 rpm556 lb-ft of torque @ 4,200 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 14/19 mpg (manual), 12/18 mpg (automatic)7.0-liter V8505 horsepower @ 6,100 rpm481 lb-ft of torque @ 4,800 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 13/19 mpg
The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $ 24,450 for the base coupe model. Convertible models start just under $ 32,000. V8-powered SS coupes start a little under $ 34,000, while the supercharged ZL1 enters Corvette territory with a starting price of nearly $ 56,000 for a coupe and over $ 60,000 for the convertible version. The track-oriented Z/28 model, meanwhile, will numb your mind with its $ 75,000 price. The Camaro's wide range of prices is similar to those of the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger, though the Challenger's starting price is higher by over $ 2,000 and a base Mustang's is roughly $ 1,450 less. Before buying, be sure to check the Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying for their Camaro. Resale value is a bright spot, with the Camaro predicted to retain the highest residual values in the segment.
Chevrolet called the Z-28 "the closest thing to a 'Vette, yet," and not without reason. Car and Driver clocked one at a blazing 6.7 seconds 0-60 mph, versus 7.8 seconds for the typical four-speed SS350 and slightly under 11 seconds for an automatic 210-bhp 327.How fast does a Z28 go? ›
With a top speed of around 135 mph, the coupe was definitely a worthy track machine. According to many automotive journalists, the 1969 Camaro RS Z28 was among the most agile muscle cars of its era.How fast is the Camaro 1/4 mile? ›
It is the slowest car in the lot and takes forever to reach from zero to 60MPH, however, things start to change as the car gains momentum. The 2021 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 quickly covers up its ground and takes only 11.7 seconds to reach the quarter-mile mark making it the fastest car to do so in its segment.What does Z 28 mean on a Camaro? ›
The name Z/28 will be forever linked with the Chevrolet Camaro. In reality, it was a simple three digit, alphanumeric GM sales code for a "Special Performance Package" that was introduced in December 1966.Is a Camaro ZL1 faster than a hellcat? ›
The Hellcat Redeye came in nearly five seconds slower than the Camaro ZL1 1LE. While the 1LE set a new lap record on their track, the Hellcat Redeye came in behind a handful of cars, including the Honda Civic Type R, which has nearly 500 less horsepower than the Hellcat.What was the fastest Z28 Camaro? ›
The fastest Camaro of the fifth generation is the Chevrolet Camaro Z28. Powered by a 7.0-liter LS7 V8 making 505 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque which was borrowed from the Chevrolet Corvette, it does the 0-60 in 4.0 seconds and could reach a top speed of 185 mph.Which is faster Camaro or Mustang? ›
As tested by Motor Trend, the Chevy Camaro is faster than the Ford Mustang at every level and every distance. Their racecourse test saw the Chevrolet Camaro SS Coupe get clocked a full 3.3 seconds faster than the Ford Mustang GT Premium Fastback (80.67 to 83.97 seconds).Which is faster ZL1 or GT500? ›
The ZL1 Camaro boasts 650 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque, that give it a 3.5 second 0-60 mph time, roughly what we expect from the GT500. The Mustang will be quicker on the quarter-mile, however, and the aerodynamics, Magneride suspension, and track-tuned handling may also give it the edge on the race course.What is the fastest stock Camaro? ›
The reigning champion of the Camaro lineup is the ZL1. The original pony car, turned muscle car, turned supercar, now has a top speed of 200 mph. It's equipped with a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine that produces 650 hp. From 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, the ZL1 remains the fastest Camaro.What is the fastest 1/4-mile ever? ›
1/10 2021 Rimac Nevera
The one and only Rimac Nevera is currently the fastest 1/4-mile car in the world with a time of 8.58 seconds.
The Camaro ZL1 put out a quarter-mile time of 11.00 seconds at 129.02 mph while the Acura NSX was close and managed 11.54 seconds at 122.32 mph.Is a Dodge Challenger faster than a Camaro? ›
Top Speed: Even with their base engines, the Challenger and Camaro are lightning-fast. The Camaro reaches 165 mph, while the Challenger can go up to 11 mph faster!Is the Camaro Z28 a muscle car? ›
Beloved by gearheads for over half a century, the Z/28 Camaro has become a staple of muscle car culture. Here's why it's so cool. Arguably one of the most recognizable and overall badass muscle cars of its time – if not ever – the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 still commands attention and value 45 years after its debut.How much HP does a Z28 have? ›
|7.0L V-8 (LS7)|
|Horsepower (hp / kW @ rpm):||505 / 376 @ 6100 (SAE certified)|
|Torque (lb-ft / Nm @ rpm):||481/ 652 @ 4800 (SAE certified)|
|Recommended fuel:||premium required|
Chevy's RPO, or regular production order, options all have an alphanumeric code. Many since 1963 have begun with the letter Z. The letter doesn't mean or stand for anything, and it has been used for hundreds of options over the decades, both big and small, as have most of the alphabet and many numbers.Is the Camaro ZL1 faster than the Corvette? ›
Though the 2022 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is more powerful than the C8 Corvette, it's heavier and slower in a straight line. The C8 Corvette is also faster than the regular ZL1 on the track. The 2022 Camaro ZL1 1LE is faster than the Corvette around a racetrack, though.What car can beat a hellcat? ›
6/10 Porsche 911 GT2 RS (991) – 2.5 seconds
As one of the fastest cars to ever lap the Nurburgring, the GT2 RS will destroy the Hellcat both in a straight line and on the track.
Technically, you shouldn't be able to defeat a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat in a straight-line race with any Camaro, not even the ZL1, let alone the SS variant. Here, however, we're dealing with an 1/8-mile competition, and the pair went at each other a total of four times with different results.Can a Camaro go 200 mph? ›
“After testing the car in standard settings, which produced the 198-mph average, we set the front and rear camber adjustments to 0 degrees and the tire pressures to the maximum allowable sidewall pressure, and saw the ZL1 average over 200 mph.”What is the fastest Camaro trim? ›
With a top speed of 198 mph and 0-60 in 3.5 seconds, it's no wonder why the ZL1 is one of the fastest Camaros in production on the market today. The horsepower on this bad boy is 650 followed by and 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine.
In 1990, the Camaro 350 TPI engine peaked at 245 hp and 345 lb-ft of torque – making it the most potent Camaro since 1973. A streamlined powertrain lineup greeted the Camaro's fourth generation, with a single V-6 and Small Block V-8 offered in each model year.Why is Corvette faster than Camaro? ›
The extra traction together with more horsepower and less weight explains why the 2022 C8 Corvette is faster than the 2022 Chevrolet Camaro. And not just from 0-60 or in the ¼-mile, but in 5-60 tests, too.Does Camaro handle better than Mustang? ›
Experts have particularly lauded the Chevy Camaro for its composed handling, partly because of its weight advantage over the Ford Mustang. No matter which engine option you choose, the Chevy Camaro is at least 100 pounds lighter than a comparable Ford Mustang.Should I buy a Hellcat or ZL1? ›
It all depends on what you need. If it's outright power and drama that you want from your muscle car, the Challenger Hellcat is the one to get but if you like to take your Muscle car to the track, then the Camaro ZL1 should be at the top of your list.Can a Mustang beat a hellcat? ›
The Hellcat is the faster car, in general, out of the two, with a typical top speed of 199 mph. The Mustang GT FBO E85 typically offers a top speed of 166 mph. Hence, most would assume that the Hellcat has a greater advantage.What's faster GT500 or Hellcat? ›
Although it has a bigger engine and slightly more power than the GT500, it doesn't outperform it. In summary, the 2022 Ford Shelby GT500 takes home the win for two out of three races and shows the Dodge Challenger Hellcat who is boss. They both offer impressive performances, but the GT500 manages to take the crown.What Camaro has the most HP? ›
- 8/8 2001 Chevrolet Camaro SS – 325 HP.
- 7/8 1997 Camaro LT4 SS – 330 HP.
- 6/8 2009 Camaro SS – 426 HP.
- 5/8 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL-1 – 430 HP.
- 4/8 2016 Camaro SS – 455 HP.
- 3/8 2014 Camaro Z-28 – 505 HP.
- 2/8 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 – 580 HP.
- 1/8 2018 ZL1 1LE – 650 HP.
Engine and Performance: Dodge Charger vs.
And in this regard, Charger has the Camaro beat. The 2019 Dodge Charger features a 3.6L V6 engine that delivers 292 hp, delivering significantly more power than Camaro and its 275 hp 2.0L I-4.
The Gen3 Camaro ZL1 supercar is the result of a collaboration between GM, Supercars, and Triple Eight Race Engineering, with the GM Design team in Detroit responsible for the racer's design. The same design team also designed the next-generation Camaro ZL1 for NASCAR.Is anything faster than a Top Fuel dragster? ›
Most NHRA Top Fuel wins.
Demon's 1/4-mile time finally confirmed.
When Demon owners finally hit drag strips across America in quest of the 9.65-second quarter-mile time nobody was able to replicate Dodge's claim.
The 2022 Chevy Camaro is offered with four different engines, each offering its own unique spin on the modern muscle car. From the standard 2.0L turbo to the 6.2L LT4 supercharged V8 on the Camaro ZL1, 0 to 60 times are as follows: 2.0L Turbo: Available 0 to 60 times of 5.4 seconds and 5.5 seconds.How fast does a Camaro SS go 0 60? ›
Chevrolet's sporty 2022 Camaro SS 1LE can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. Its punchy acceleration comes from the 6.2-liter V8 that can easily pump 455 horsepower and 455 lb-ft of torque.How fast does a Camaro go 0 60? ›
So, what is the Camaro SS 0 to 60 mph time? There are many Camaro models available throughout the years, but some Camaro SS models can reach 0 to 60 mph in as quick as 3.9 seconds.Are Camaros reliable after 100k miles? ›
Your Camaro should last 150,000 miles or more if you use it like a regular car and keep up with maintenance. However, many Camaros with proper maintenance and overall care can cover over 200,000 miles in their lifetime.Is a Camaro wider than a Challenger? ›
Which One is Right for Me?
|2022 Chevrolet Camaro||2022 Dodge Challenger|
|Overall Length||188.3 inches||197.9 inches|
|Width||74.7 inches||75.7 inches|
Chevrolet Camaro Maintenance Costs
A Chevrolet Camaro will cost about $7,015 for maintenance and repairs during its first 10 years of service. This beats the industry average for popular coupe models by $408. There is also a 20.36% chance that a Camaro will require a major repair during that time.
|7.0L V-8 (LS7)|
|Horsepower (hp / kW @ rpm):||505 / 376 @ 6100 (SAE certified)|
|Torque (lb-ft / Nm @ rpm):||481/ 652 @ 4800 (SAE certified)|
|Recommended fuel:||premium required|
The Worth Of The 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Today
On Classiccars, a 1968 Z/28 listed in good condition was put at $90,000. On Conceptcarz, the price for a 1968 Z/28 in perfect condition was quoted at between $66,000 to $165,000, while one in a not-so-impressive condition will still attract around $10,000.
The Z28 featured the 5.7 L OHV LT1 V8 engine having a power output of 275 hp (205 kW) and 325 lb⋅ft (441 N⋅m) of torque that had been introduced on the Corvette one year earlier.
2015 Camaro Z/28 Upgraded with an E-Force Supercharger, Cam, and Headers.What year did they stop making the Z28? ›
Discontinued after 1974, the Z/28 was revived in the late '70s, the '80s and the '90s, before the entire Camaro line dried up in 2002. But successive Z/28s (mostly with badges that read Z28) never approached the charisma and appeal of the early models.What is the fastest Camaro? ›
The reigning champion of the Camaro lineup is the ZL1. The original pony car, turned muscle car, turned supercar, now has a top speed of 200 mph. It's equipped with a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine that produces 650 hp. From 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, the ZL1 remains the fastest Camaro.How much horsepower did the 69 Z28 have? ›
Facts and Figures about the 1969 Z28
THE REAL NUMBERS: According to Chevrolet, the 302 produced 290 horsepower @ 5800rpm and 290 lbs. -ft. of torque @ 4200rpm.
1/10 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Convertible – 1 Unit
A variety of unique components, like a cross-ram intake manifold, cowl-induction hood, and four-wheel disc brakes, set it apart from the regular production Z/28s. Thanks to its rarity, it sold at auction for over $170,000 back in 1991.
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Adding $458 to the $2,726 base price of a Camaro coupe, RPO Z28 included the F41 handling suspension with E70X15 raised-letter tires on seven-inch wide rims, quicker steering, and twin rally stripes. Front disc brakes were standard on the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, and for the first time, four-wheel discs were offered.What Camaro has the LS7? ›
Unlike the 1LE, which uses a Corvette Z06-sourced supercharged LT4, the Z/28 has a naturally aspirated 7.0-liter LS7 V8 (which was also used in the C6-generation Z06).Why did Chevy make a 302? ›
In 1967, Chevrolet was busy promoting their new pony car, the Camaro, and part of the promotional efforts included racing the Camaro in the SCCA Trans-Am series. In order to make the Camaro competitive, Chevrolet introduced the Z/28 option package which included among other things, a special 302 cubic inch small block.Did Chevrolet make a 302 engine? ›
Chevrolet's DZ 302 cubic-inch powerplant is regarded as one of the most legendary small-blocks that Chevrolet ever developed. With its unique design and rich history — both in road racing and on the strip, it has definitely earned its respect.
|2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28|
|DRIVETRAIN||Front engine, RWD, 4-pass, 2-door coupe|
|ENGINE||7.0L/505-hp/481-lb-ft OHV 16-valve V-8|