While all the hype continues to surround the supercar humbling 2014 Chevy Camaro Z/28, attention has averted away from the already proven-to-be-mighty Camaro ZL1. And of the entire V8-infused presentation from Chevrolet during the 2013 New York Auto Show, a refreshed Camaro ZL1 was absent. Curious, we inquired as to whether or not the 580-horsepower muscle car will see the visual restyling found with the rest of the 2014 Camaro lineup. The answer is yes.
Expect the similar change-ups, such as the rear tail lights reminiscent of the first-generation model,
and a revised head lamp design. The front fascia will essentially stay the same, and many of you may have noticed that the restyling of the 2014 Camaro takes a cue from the wider lower grille currently found on today’s ZL1, which makes for improved downforce and breathing.
The ZL1 will also compliment the LS7-powered Z/28 by being the more livable of the two. By that we mean it will have standard air conditioning, a Chevy MyLink system with a full set of speakers, HUD, magnetic ride control, etc. And with their capabilities in mind, the two vehicles may arguably be the best one-two punch from any automaker, and that’s not even counting the 2014 Corvette Stingray.