Not on any Virginia roads, though. The Camaro team took these two prototypes, spied by Jalopnik, to the Back of the Dragon, where intense corners and curves provide intense, yet rewarding, driving roads.
Interestingly, again, we see one prototype with a giant rear wing, while the second Camaro goes wing-less. However, both share the same front fascia design, extra aerodynamic bits and missing rear window.
The jury remains at recess over what will be powering a new Camaro Z/28. While rumors have stated the 7.0-liter LS7 V8 engine will surface yet again, it seems unlikely such an old powerplant would grace the agile Alpha-based Camaro. Maybe the Camaro team has something extra special cooked up for its track-focused variant…