Callaway Cars has been upping the performance ante for production vehicles – including more than a few from GM – for four decades, and they continue to push the envelope even today. Take the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, for instance. Callaway got its hands on it and raised the power output from 650 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque to 750 horsepower and 739 lb-ft of torque. Because of course they did.
But any concerns about how all that extra engine output might compromise the handling performance of the sixth-generation ZL1 seem to be for naught, as MotorWeek host John Davis points out in this six-minute-video; the chassis stands up just fine to the added “oomph”. In the course of his review, Davis also goes over the other extras installed by Callaway, including the carbon-fiber engine covers with SC750 emblems, Callaway door sill panels, exterior and interior badging, Callaway key fobs, and perhaps most importantly, a 3-year / 36,000-mile warranty.
For more on the 2017 Callaway SC750 Camaro ZL1, click play on the video above.