We’ve already seen the all-new, sixth-generation 2016 Chevy Camaro in the 2.0-liter turbo, V6, and SS V8 guises. But what we have yet to see is the track-focused Z/28 variant. Heck, a Z/28 version of the gen six Camaro hasn’t even been confirmed yet, but that hasn’t stopped GM Authority rendering artists from penning a (2017 or 2018 model year) Chevy Camaro Z/28, which would keep the tradition of a Camaro made with the principal purpose of dominating on the track.
- Huge, high-performance carbon-ceramic brakes
- Lightweight wheels wrapped in ultra-sticky high-performance tires
- Aggressive aero components, including:
- Prominent hood extractor
- Beefy front splitter and side sills
- Front brake cooling ducts instead of those fancy LED accent lights
- The infamous Flowtie
- Proficient rear spoiler and diffuser
- Potent powertrain
- Capable suspension system
- No-frills, track-focused interior
- Perfect 50/50 weight distribution
- Dominating performance, exhilarating driving experience thanks to a lighter, more nimble, and more responsive vehicle over the fifth-gen Z/28
The end result is a light, capable, and formidable track terror that is the gen six Camaro Z/28. Our only question is, do you like what you see?