The Chevrolet Camaro team continues to pull out all the toys in a very short period of time. The 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 1LE put the Shelby GT350 on notice in Chicago, the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 put the world on notice here in New York, and now the Camaro Z/28 is coming to likely decimate.
Autoblog has captured the first photos of the upcoming Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, and its most noticeable feature is the massive rear wing hanging out under the generously applied camouflage. Per Z/28 history, the wing is likely full functional, and very necessary to keep the car planted on the ground.
Other tips to give away this Camaro’s track intentions are the wheels, plucked straight from a previous-generation Z/28, and the thick rubber wrapping them.
We have no real information on what will power this latest Camaro Z/28, but our bet is it will stay naturally aspirated, leaving the forced induction to the ZL1. As far as when we will see the Z/28 in the flesh, it’s quite possible the Camaro team pulls a knockout round at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, revealing a Camaro variant at three of the largest auto shows in the world this year.