2012 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 to Debut at Chicago Auto Show

2012 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 to Debut at Chicago Auto Show

Chevrolet will unveil the highly anticipated Camaro Z28 at the Chicago Auto Show in just a few weeks time. The team at egmcartech.com have confirmed the news from sources inside General Motors after the ultra high-performance version of the Camaro was a no-show at the Detroit show.

No official details about the Z28 have been confirmed but it is expected to debut with the Cadillac CTS-V’s supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine make around 556-hp.

Other upgrades will include some more aggressive bodywork, upgraded brakes and a revised suspension.

[Source: egmcartech]

  • Larry Garcia

    Looks great cannot wait for confirmation from G.M. and also at what cost?

  • Kevin B

    OMG this is the Camaro well worth the wait! I can see Challenger, and Mustang shaking in their boots. This is a monster Camaro! Love the wide stance, and mean look.

  • Bruce

    Well Obama motors has been dikin around for MONTHS. We’ll see if those incompetents can manage to actually produce the car. It would have been out in 2010, but Obama said it didn’t look right to make a gas guzzler V8. Meanwhile Ford has produced a killer GT. I want this so bad, but don’t want a Government Motors car.

  • petersen

    @ bruce spoken like a true idiot.

  • kevin

    it will probably be 45k-50k and still won’t be better than a gt500 with its weight and suspension. plus the gt500 has tons of aftermarket support if needed.