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Now, the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 returns for 2014 (this time with the slash). The new, race-ready Z/28 features a variety of upgrades, including the V8 formerly used in the Corvette Z06 and unique suspension and brake upgrades. Throughout the Camaro line, you’ll see an updated look with a wider lower mouth, a compressed upper grille, new headlights, one-piece taillights and a new spoiler and exhaust tips. New optional Recaro front seats are available for the SS and ZL1 coupes.
Debuting at the 2013 New York auto show, Chevrolet’s 2014 Camaro refresh consists of three or four relatively minor changes. But that simple statement isn’t quite fair to the people behind the bow-tie pony car. Just last year, Chevy upgraded the interiors of the entire Camaro lineup, upgraded dampers and anti-roll bars on V-8–powered models to reduce understeer, and introduced the SS 1LE package and the ZL1 convertible. Besides, the Camaro team probably had its hands full engineering the all-new 500-hp, LS7-powered Z/28 that also dropped in the Big Apple.
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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.
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.
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.
As far as what stays the same, well, that’d be pretty much everything else. The Camaro’s familiar 3.6-liter V-6 producing 323 horsepower and 278 lb-ft of torque carries over, as does its 426-hp, 420-lb-ft, 6.2-liter V-8 (400 hp and 410 hp with the automatic). Fans of more-powerful Camaros still will be able to opt for the 580-hp, supercharged 6.2-liter Camaro ZL1. (Note, however, that the ZL1 will not receive the new 2014 front fascia, as adopting that piece for the blown Camaro’s ultra-high-speed mission would have required “serious engineering work,” we’re told.) Track aficionados will again have the chance to purchase the 1LE handling pack.