It’s becoming apparent the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is going to be the most track focused Camaro we’ve ever seen. Why? Because it seems the Camaro team has developed the car’s massive rear wing strictly for track use, since any time we’ve seen the upcoming Z/28 on public roads, it’s wingless.
And the same goes here. Camaro News has the latest spy shots of the track-hones beast, where the car remains wingless, but still carries the aggressive looking aerodynamics enhancements up front, meaty tires and massive tailpipes out back.
The 2018 Camaro Z/28 was caught putzing around local Michigan roads without its wing, but more importantly, it’s ditches a little more camouflage. The last time we saw the 2018 Camaro Z/28 on public roads, it was full of plastic cladding as well. The lines are still skewed, but it’s hard to hide the extras going on up front and at the rear.
The biggest question remains, though: what’s powering the Z/28? Rumors have it a new engine may be powering the Z/28, while other sources state a familiar LS7 may find its way under the hood again. What we do know for sure is there is no forced induction going on here.
While we don’t know the answer, our get says the Camaro team will push it a tad further than by merely slapping the same 7.0-liter LS7 V8 under the hood.