Car and Driver’s Underbelly series lets the average consumer take an in depth tour of the one part of a vehicle which usually goes unseen, the underside. This week’s episode features the track-capable 2014 Camaro Z/28 and the program’s lead engineer, Mark Stielow, explaining all the minor changes the Chevrolet team made to the Camaro to make the Z/28 the pavement-devouring monster that it is.
Stielow goes over the car’s new oil-cooler, which is larger than the one used on the C6 Z06, the additional brake cooling ducts and the unique cooling system which helps keep both the TR6060 transmission and rear-differential at their peak operating temperatures under spirited driving. He also touches upon the car’s huge 305mm Pirelli Trofeo R tires and that sweet-sounding exhaust system. Check it all out in the video below.