The world-famous Barrett Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona is auctioning off the first two 2014 Chevrolet Camaro LV-1 models and the proceeds will benefit a charity.
There will be 500 total LV-1 Camaros produced, 100 of which will be convertibles. Included in the package is the striking Gold accents on either white or black paint. The cars also include a mild body kit, custom wheels with gold trim and LV-1 embroidered seats. Read More
Dubai is a city like no other, I don’t think that anyone can argue against that. Their police force deals with quite a number of street “shananigans”, including illegal street racing of many forms. Add to that, the amount of performance cars that are on the streets and highways of Dubai at any time, and you’ll begin to realize that the police are fighting an uphill battle trying to catch speedsters.
This is where the 2013 Camaro SS comes in. Dubai has just brought in some American muscle to help try to tame some of these wealthy street-racers. The odd part is, looking at most of the police force’s fleet, the Camaro is considered a price bargain. Other Police vehicles include cars like the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, Ferrari FF, BMW 5 Series, Mercedes C-Class, and others.
Camaro fans everywhere are rejoicing about the rebirth of an old GM legend, the Z28 Camaro. With a 7.0-liter LS7 V8 connected to a six-speed Tremec TR6060 manual transmission, this bad boy is capable of a healthy 500 horses and 470 lb. ft. of torque, allowing it to sit right between the 426-horsepower Camaro SS and the almighty 580-hp ZL1. Read More
It was bound to happen – leaked photos of the all-new Chevrolet Camaro right before the start of the New York Auto show! Camaro5 forums has leaked the photos of the next-generation, 2014 Chevy Camaro! Read More
An F-Body Chevrolet Camaro known as the “World’s Fastest Camaro”, or what used to be the fastest, with a ridiculous 2,800 horsepower has crashed and burned, literally. Some may have seen it in a previous video with a 224 mph drift.
Thankfully, the driver survived what looks to be a seriously horrific crash. Although, footage hasn’t surfaced anywhere of the crash itself yet, judging from the photo, anyone who was in this car is lucky to be alive and is likely counting some blessings and thanking the safety equipment. Read More
Camaro fans are excited to see what is happening with the brand new fifth-generation Camaro. Since its reintroduction in 2010, the Camaro has been dominating sales over Detroit’s “big three” American Muscle with the Mustang galloping close behind. Chevrolet has released a teaser grille shot of the new SS. Read More
If you haven’t seen the pics to this bad boy, check it out. Check out the massive supercharger busting out through the hood. It is reminiscent of old school muscle back in the 60s and 70s with big blowers dominating the scene. The owner of this particular Camaro is Aussie man, Steve Nogas, who dubbed it Killa-B. Read More
This crazy Chevrolet Camaro concept seen here sitting at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show bound to turn a few heads. The one-off ZL1-based Camaro, dubbed Turbo Camaro Coupe, has been custom built to represent an upcoming movie, Turbo. Don’t get too excited just yet.
With a name like that I’m sure you expect an action-packed, car racing knock off of Fast and the Furious, but it’s about one thing, a snail who had a dream – to go fast. You read that correctly. Read More
While 2012 was a tough race between the Chevrolet Camaro and the Ford Mustang, the Camaro ultimately came out on top taking overall sales for the whole year. The Dodge Challenger was included in the race but it didn’t quite compete with the other two cars. It seemed like every other month it was dominated by one or the other. Read More
A dealership in North Carolina is one Camaro Zl1 short today. Thieves broke into a Chevrolet dealership in Mooresville and stole the top prize, a Camaro ZL1 worth about $60k. While many other cars sat on the lot, the eye was on the prize for these guys was inside and now people are looking for the robbers and the stolen car. Read More