Chevy is pushing its following higher efficiency Camaro to the limit…and beyond.
What’s purported to be a prototype with regard to the following track-focused Camaro Z/28 was caught on the subject of video crashing in to the guardrail at Germany’s Nurburgring racing circuit.
The camouflaged vehicle can easily be seen overcooking a left hand turn, locking up all of 4 wheels, and slamming in to the Armco on the subject of the passenger side, raising up on the subject of 2 tires as it does. It’s after that swiftly steered off the track, where its occupants get hold of out, reportedly unharmed. Shortly afterward, the vehicle is covered and carted away.
General Motors wouldn’t comment specifically on the subject of the incident, however told Autoblog that “protection is our overriding priority.”
The vehicle appears to discuss some bodywork, consisting of its huge grille and rocker panels, along with the upcoming Camaro ZL1, however has actually some extra aerodynamic elements up front and a considerably greater and bigger wing on the subject of the trunk. Its engine is unknown, however the noise on the subject of the video suggests it’s a V8, in spite of some speculation that the Z/28 will certainly feature a twin-turbocharged V6 this time around.
When will certainly we already know with regard to sure? Most likely not lengthy prior to the Detroit Auto Reveal in January where it is anticipated to make its official debut, along with the vehicle hitting showrooms later in 2017.
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