Phastek Performance is flaunting the first-ever, sixth-generation Camaro ZL1 with a lowered stance. Painted in Nightfall Gray Metallic, the lowered ZL1 does indeed look great thanks to Phastek lowering springs, while retaining the factory Magnetic Ride Control dampers. And despite everyone here at the office having a positive reaction to the lowered looks, we would have to feel how the drop impacted ride quality (if at all) before making any final conclusions.
That said, I personally would prefer to enjoy the mile-eating monster that is the 2017 Camaro ZL1 in its stock form for thousands of miles before tinkering with anything. And though I’m more than familiar with the feeling of maximizing performance all too well, it’s worth noting that GM/Chevrolet put a significant amount of effort into developing the Camaro ZL1, especially the suspension. And putting that front lip even closer to the ground would give me anxiety.
We’ll turn the mic over to you for further thought. Is the Camaro ZL1 good enough in factory for, or is it begging for aftermarket improvements? Speak to us in the comment section below.