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    The Chevrolet Camaro is a perfect combination of classic beauty, perfect dimensions, and a spacious cabin. Since 1969, the Camaro has undergone several major redesigns of both the inner and outer design, but the basic idea remained the same. Today, the Chevy Camaro demonstrates the spirit of an American car with relevant fuel efficiency, easy handling, technological advance, and safety. Strong acceleration, capable handling, and a head-turning look describe the Chevy Camaro that is available in both a four-seat coupe and convertible. This car is just perfect for speed freaks.

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    Sareni Chevy Camaro GT to Appear at Euro GT3 Series
    Sareni Chevy Camaro GT to Appear at Euro GT3 Series

    While such automakers, as Audi, Aston Martin, BMW, Lamborghini, Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari, and Porsche present their vehicles to compete in FIA GT3 racing, the German-built Sareni Chevrolet Camaro GT is to hit the track this year, too. It was intentionally designed by Sareni United which in its turn was founded by Reiter Engineering to field a newly built model in GT3 racing. A real "man car" is to be fitted with 7.9-liter V-8 engine built by Katech in the U.S. Katech's famous for building high-performance racing engines for such cars, as Chevy Corvette C6R in FIA GT1 racing and the Caddy CTS-VR in the SCCA World Challenge. Equipped with high-performance engine, Sareni Chevrolet Camaro GT will produce 650-hp and 590 lb-ft of torque.

    Apart from new engine and a Holinger six-speed paddle-shift manual transmission, the car receives a racing suspension designed by Reiter, an added roll cage, and a Teves Racing anti-lock braking system, a massive rear wing, and new front splitter. Moreover, the model features the reduced weight, having about 1000 lbs lost. The muscle car that will compete in GT3 is also a find when it comes to its cost. Priced $254,700, the model is a bargain. Expect SAreni to build 20 Camaro GTs per year.

    Camaro COPO Concept and Hot Wheels Camaro Concept Unveiled
    Camaro COPO Concept and Hot Wheels Camaro Concept Unveiled

    A special car event took place in Las Vegas where Chevrolet presented its three new muscle cars. The company first revealed the Camaro COPO concept, identified by the company as a possible NHRA Eliminator class dragster. Being a concept, the model is still expected to go into production in order to compete with Ford’s Mustang Cobra Jet. Giving a choice of two crate motors, a supercharged 327 or a 427, the COPO is certainly a serious competitor on a dragstrip. Chevy's new muscle car is also equipped with 2 speed Powerglide transmission, a 9'' live rear axle conversion, and a roll cage.

    Chevy's another muscle car was a Chevelle, specially engineered to demonstrate the new motor progtram. The Chevelle was also commissioned by Dale Earnhadrt Jr. What Chevy now offers is a turnkey package consisting of transmission, a motor, all wiring and ancillaries allowing the hot-rodders to drop in a complete drivetrain with the least work required.

    The last model Chevy unveiled was a special edition Hot Wheels Camaro Concept to commemorate 45 years of Hot Wheels toys. With a special paint treatment which is similar to the original die-cast cars, the new Camaro features a shimmering paintjob. The model was chromed, too.

    2012 Chevy Camaro ZL1 Exceeds Expectation
    2012 Chevy Camaro ZL1 Exceeds Expectation

    The automotive world welcomed the 2012 Chevy Camaro at the 2011 Chicago Auto Show, opened this spring. General Motors had great expectation for new Chevy Camaro naming it the fastest beast ever shown. Equpped with supercharged 6.2-liter V8 power plant matted to six speed Tremec manual transmission and dual-disc clutch system, the ZL1 was expected to make 550 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque. Then six months prior to the vehicle's scheduled production, Chevy has released new details regarding the performance of the Camaro ZL1. Chief engineer Al Oppenheiser confirmed that ZL1 would produce more power than a previously stated 550 hp, so the final output rating would be more than that of the 556-hp Cadillac CTS-V. Moreover, the vehicle would get the ZR1's Performance Traction Management system and an optional automatic transmission. However, the official SAE testing of the 2012 Chevy Camaro has been recently completed. According to the impressive testing results, the official horsepower of the ZL1 will come at something higher than 570 hp, that exceeds all previous expectations.