It seems like just yesterday that this 2012 Chevrolet Camaro COPO convertible was gracing us with its presence at the 2012 SEMA show a few months ago at the Las Vegas convention center. It was unveiled at the Chevy Performance booth sitting up high and mighty for all to see. It was a car worth ogling over, that’s for sure. When attending such a show, you are expected to ogle. Go on, it’s okay. Read More
In Tokyo, the Chevrolet Camaro took the salon floor by storm with a fancy new edition by Giovanna. General Motors brought out their special edition Camaro featuring stripes down the body and 20-inch WTW Corp wheels. It also has unique head rests and door plates sporting the Giovanna logo. It’s a Japanese take on the American pony car. This Giovanna package was developed by a local Chevrolet/Cadillac dealership in the suburb of Tokyo’s Kunitachi. Read More
The battle of the Detroit muscle has been neck and neck, at least between two rivals, the Chevrolet Camaro and the Ford Mustang. A third competitor was in the competition as well, the Dodge Challenger, but has remained in third place since the beginning of last year. While it’s still a sleek contender, it is a bit bulkier and heavier than the other two which may have caused it a few units. Read More
A design contest was held over the summer, 2012 Interactive Design Competition, and a few students from the College of Creative Studies were among those who entered and their design – the sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro. This doesn’t mean that one of these will be the next Camaro, but the sketches that came from this contest are pretty cool. Read More
Forgiato wheels are very popular with their unique style and their custom wide-body cars. Their presence at SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) has been massive just like the width of their garage. Read More
The all-new sixth-generation and completely revamped Chevrolet Camaro will be unveiled in 2016 sometime moving from GM’s current Zeta platform to the brandl new Alpha platform. The new Camaro body will likely be way lighter, smaller and more aerodynamic. According to the source, driving it will be even more of a blast.
Street racing is illegal, yes, but does that ever stop people from uploading videos online for everyone else to see? Of course not. Every once in awhile an interesting video comes up involving a back street race. This one ended as fast as it started when one little mishap changes the entire race.
This pretty blue tuned fourth-gen Chevy Camaro is lined up with a supposedly turbocharged E36 BMW M3 which would make for a fun race indeed. However, we didn’t get to see much of the race except that it ended as soon as it started. Right after takeoff one of Camaro wheels flies off of the car and takes a whole ‘nother route elsewhere giving the crowd a show. Check it out. Read More
Recently released is a new book for LT1 Performance Engines. It looks like a great read and we’re ordering a copy to look over ourselves here at CZ.
This book investigates every component of the LT1 engine, discussing their strong and weak points and identifying characteristics. Upgrades and modifications for both improved power production and enhanced durability are described and explained in full. All relevant factory casting numbers are listed. Aftermarket component upgrades for improved street and track performance are defined clearly and in great detail.
Check out How to Build Max Performance LT1 Engines on Amazon
So, we like our cars with a lot of muscle and some tasteful modifications, most of us do anyway. However, sometimes people just get ideas in which they consider bright, as bright as what you see here. Somebody in of course Florida, wanted something to serious grab attention while driving down the road. Here was their idea of a sweet ride. Read More
At the SEMA show this year one Chevy Camaro caught my attention. It was the only mid-gen Camaro that was of this body style that I had seen, and two, it seemed to be sporting a truck bed. Coming upon it, you could see the sign in the bed, calling it the “El Camaro”, as in a Chevy Camaromade to resemble the El Camino if you didn’t get it the first time. Read More