Family sedans and track-ready sports car performance rarely go hand in hand except for the 2014 ProCharger Chevy SS Sedan. Sporting 610+ HP and all the components more expensive sports cars have, it is not just a bargain; it is drool-worthy, family-space friendly machine.
By itself, the 2014 Chevy SS sedan is an incognito sports car. It has everything other sports cars have like big brake systems, upgraded suspensions, race-inspired seats and a big 6.2L V8 engine. In fact, when you compare its performance numbers to say a 2014 Cadillac CTS-V or a 2014 Jaguar XFR-S, it is only lacking in the horsepower department. This is where the ProCharger comes in.
Bridging the HP gap, the ProCharger supercharger takes the base 415 HP to over 610 HP. It does this with an “industry-leading” P-1SC-1 head unit, according to ProCharger. This head unit is mounted using a robust CNC billet aluminum bracket system with a dedicated drive belt system. It also includes an air-to-air front mount intercooler. All of this works together to force 7psi of chilled, forced air into the engine creating a substantial HP increase.
With the ProCharger added, you will have the same specs as more expensive rivals. Consider this list:
- 2014 ProCharged Chevy SS 610HP $50,574
- 2014 Audi RS7 560HP $106,500
- 2014 BMW M5 575HP $95,850
- 2014 Jaguar XFR-S 550HP $99,875
- 2014 Mercedes E63 577HP $99,770
- 2014 Cadillac CTS-V 556HP $64,900
While there is still a lot of debate surrounding the ride and driving dynamics of the other cars versus the Chevy SS sedan, it is hard to deny the value given by simply throwing a supercharger on it.
We only hope they will give test rides!