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Taking a page from the Ford Mustang playbook, Chevrolet has resurrected a classic moniker (and order code) with the Camaro Z/28. Sure, fuel economy may be the buzz of the New York International Auto Show, but it is heartening to see that the muscle car battles continue.
The Camaro Z/28 seeks a spot in a line now crowded with the SS, 1LE ($3,500 track package), and supercharged 580-hp ZL1 by defining itself as the ultimate track variation. The formula is a good one: lessen weight, fortify the chassis, enhance aerodynamics specifically for track use, fit a dry-sump oil system, install transmission and differential coolers, and mount massive 15-plus-inch Brembo brakes.
2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Price :
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2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Interior :
On the interior, the Camaro Z/28 features trim in a distinctive, matte-metallic finish named Octane, the ZL1 flat-bottomed steering wheel, and standard Recaro seats with microfiber suede inserts. The new seats (also available on the coupe versions of the SS and ZL1 models), feature aggressive bolsters for high-performance driving, as well as seat cutouts inspired by the five-point harnesses found on racing seats. To save weight, both front seats incorporate manual adjustment.
The rear seats of the Z/28 have also been modified for weight reduction. A total of nine pounds (four kilograms) was saved by eliminating the seat-back pass through, as well as using high-density foam in place of the rigid structure of the seat back and steel mesh of the seat bottom.
“Unlike the Ford Mustang Boss 302, we felt it was important to keep the 2+2 configuration of the Camaro Z/28 as Chevrolet already has a world-class two-seat sports car in the Corvette,” said Oppenheiser. “By modifying the construction of the rear seat, we were able to reduce the overall weight of the Z/28 while still preserving the flexibility of 2+2 seating.”
2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Exterior :
Aero changes include a whopper of a front splitter tied to a lift-curbing undertray, along with flared fenders and rocker extensions. Out back, a unique spoiler and diffuser help keep the massive meats planted to the ground at high speeds.
Inside, the manual transmission-only Z/28 gets the ZL1’s excellent flat-bottomed wheel and standard Recaro seats (already optional on SS and ZL1 models). The interior is finished in a matte-metallic finish dubbed Octane. Pricing has yet to be announced, but for all the details, scroll down to look at the lengthy official press release and to watch the car’s live unveiling. We recommend fast-forwarding to the 8:55 mark to hear the Z/28 get fired up.
The first Camaro Z/28 was introduced in 1967, created to compete in the Sports Car Club of America’s Trans-Am 2 class. It featured a smaller, lighter, 302-cubic-inch V-8 for improved weight balance, as well as quick-ratio steering and a heavy-duty suspension for track use. In keeping with its road-racing focus, the 1967 Camaro Z/28 was not available with an automatic transmission or air conditioning.
While the new Camaro Z/28 is not intended to compete in a specific race series, it is solely focused on track capability. In initial testing, the Camaro Z/28 is three seconds faster per lap than the Camaro ZL1. That extra speed comes from three areas:
>. Increased grip: The Z/28 is capable of 1.05 g in cornering acceleration, due to comprehensive chassis revisions.
>. Increased stopping power: the Z/28 features Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes capable of 1.5 g in deceleration, and consistent brake feel, lap after lap.
>. Reduced curb weight: The naturally aspirated Z/28 weighs 300 pounds less than the supercharged Camaro ZL1, with changes ranging from lightweight wheels to thinner rear-window glass.
>. Like the original, the 2014 Camaro Z/28 is offered only with a manual transmission. In a nod to modern convenience, air-conditioning is available, but only as an option.
2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Engine :
While there are potent engines in the Camaro lineup already, the Z/28 pulls from the Corvette, adapting the Z06’s 7.0-liter LS7, said to be good for at least 500 horsepower. (On paper at least, this makes the Mustang Boss 302’s 444-hp, 5.0-liter V8 sound small.) A six-speed manual is the only transmission offered, and it rows an aggressive, tire-challenging 3.91:1 final-drive ratio—same as with the 1LE package. Power can be harnessed via a limited-slip helical-gear differential. Using the Performance Traction Management system, the driver can adjust the throttle and brake intervention to suit traction and hooliganism needs.
The Z/28 exceeds expectations that the storied nameplate represents, having been attached to some rather meager models through the years, when viewed from the 21st century. Still, it is not a radical hot rod. That role remains carried by the ridiculously entertaining ZL1. (Muscle mavens can arm wrestle how the ZL1 measures up to the 662-hp Mustang Shelby GT500.)
Powered by Chevrolet’s 7.0-liter LS7 small block V8 (also found in the C6 Corvette), the 2014 Camaro Z/28 looks to offer massive track performance above and beyond the already capable 1LE. Chevy hasn’t released official power ratings yet, saying only that the Z/28 will deliver “at least 500 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque” – the supercharged 6.2-liter LSA found in the ZL1 dispenses 580 horsepower, so the track-focused Z/28 probably won’t be the most powerful Camaro on offer.
>. Titanium intake valves and connecting rods, and sodium-filled exhaust valves.
>. CNC-ported aluminum cylinder heads.
>. Forged-steel crankshaft and main bearing caps.
>. High-lift camshaft.
>. Hydroformed exhaust headers.
>. 11.0:1 compression ratio, and a 7,000 rpm redline.
>. 10.5-quart, dry-sump oiling system.