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 |  Apr 21 2014, 11:02 AM

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Each planned unit for the 2014 model year Camaro Z/28 is spoken for.

The company plans to built 500 for the 2014 model year and each already have homes according to Camaro chief engineer Al Oppenheiser. But that doesn’t mean Chevrolet will constrain production of the $75,000 muscle car. Oppenheiser said the company plans to produce to demand and projects that it will build 2,500 for the 2015 model year, although more will be made if there are customers for them. General Motors will open its order books for the next production run in the next four to six weeks.

Oppenheiser said during an interview at the Monticello Motor Club in New York that the Z28 Camaro is painting a target on cars like the Porsche 911 and Nissan GT-R. It uses a close-ratio six-speed manual transmission and 7.0-liter V8 along with a litany of other track-focused performance enhancements.

Chevrolet cautions potential customers that the Z/28 is not meant to be a daily driver. The company stripped as much content as possible in order to save weight. For example, air conditioning is optional and the car comes standard with a single speaker to comply with safety regulations requiring the turn signal tick to play over an audio system.

GALLERY: 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

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  • Aaron Lavender

    could’ve saved themselves $74000 a couple years from now, and got one on the cheap, sitting outside on cinder-blocks in front of someone’s trailer. Mullet included.

  • Lava

    This is a very ignorant comment.

  • Aaron Lavender

    It was a joke man. I love American Muscle cars. Pull Chevy’s “we don’t have to honor any warranties for cars built before Obama bailed us out, because we’re a different company, even though we’re not.” bowtie out of your butt. I’ve owned 2 Camaro’s, a Nova, 4 Mustangs, and a GTO. I’ll never buy a GM Vehicle again. Good to see they’ve screwed their customers over so that they can produce this overpriced Camaro.

  • TMC_61

    You didn’t do yourself any good by admitting to owning 4 mustangs. Your comment was ignorant, just as Lava said.

  • Aaron Lavender

    Go back to combing your mullet, drinking your Natty ice, and choking on Bumblebee’s radiator hose. Apparently you can’t read well enough to see that I’ve owned just as many GM muscle cars, as Mustangs. I still have my 68 camaro, and ’06 GTO. With all the news about GM not wanting to warranty vehicles that they sold, using my tax dollars to stay in business, and avoiding doing recalls on their crap cars(which resulted in multiple deaths), Why the hell would I even want to consider purchasing another car from them. To bad they didn’t go out of business.

  • brian

    you forgot to mention that with all the money we spent bailing them out they are investing it in china for production of vehicles over there.. lmao

  • Slasher

    Aaron
    You are a total IDIOT can you read that!!!