With the fifth-generation of Chevy Camaros, there’s no lack of trim levels, motors, or colors for that matter. Chances are, there’s a Camaro for you.
The latest (and arguably greatest) version of the Camaro is the track-ready Z/28. To put it short, this car is a gutted, unforgiving, angry V8 car. Operating one is sure to leave the driver with white knuckles, and passengers with soiled trousers. It’s capabilities are so high, that Chevrolet touts it outperforms even the mighty ZL1, which last time we checked, is one of the best performing cars for the money. But whereas the Z/28 is positioned as minimalist and gritty, the ZL1 holds the duality of being an American grand touring car just as well as it can rip through Virginia International Raceway. Despite not being as fast around the track as the new Z/28, the ZL1 Camaro far more appointed than the Z/28, without question. But will that necessarily mean that the ZL1 will remain the most expensive street-legal Camaro that Chevrolet offers?
We’ll turn to you readers for some input. Where do you think the MSRP of the Z/28 Camaro should fall? Less than the ZL1? Very similar to the price of the ZL1? or more costly than the ZL1? Participate in our latest poll, and hash it out in the comment section below.