Economies of scale at its finest.
A Buick V6 nonetheless.
GM gets that some of us still want to drive.
We’ll miss living vicariously through these updates.
Was a V10 in the cards a decade ago? It seems so.
600 naturally aspirated horsepower sounds so damn good.
Bringing its performance and racing team under one building.
It’s essentially a playground for your car.
And students are ready to get to work.
The Low Volume Motor Vehicle Manufacturing Act makes it all possible.
Not gonna lie, this thing looks weird. It sure hauls ass, though.
This is just 5 hp shy of the LS7-powered fifth-gen Camaro Z/28.
Versus stock iron heads.
See how the magic happens.