Revived Z/28 Camaro: Iconic Sports Car Relaunched

New Z/28 Render to Rescue Camaro Goodbye?

General Motors has provided numerous classic American muscle cars like the Pontiac GTO and iconic Chevrolet Camaro. Despite the basics of these vehicles being admirable, a few trim packages capture more attention than others. Over the years, the Camaro has gone through various performance editions, with Chevrolet reinstating the admired Z/28 model in 2014.

As the 2023 model year is set to mark the Chevrolet Camaro’s last hurrah before it is completely reinvented, digital artist Rostislav Prokop sought to imagine what a new Z/28 edition of this legendary car could look like for the upcoming 2024 model. It looks as if the potential of this unique design may be enough to prevent the Camaro from its looming demise.

Revised June 2023: With this updated article, we have a comprehensive look at the classic and contemporary Chevy Camaro. Plus, we take a peek at what the foreseeable holds for this iconic car model.

Generally, this Camaro appears to correlate strongly with its genuine performance counterpart, the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 LE. Though the shape of the wing and underbody elements are roughly the same in the representing, there are some remarkable disparities. Although it replicates the dominant aura of its inspirational paradigm, the depicted version sits below stock height and features distinct fog lamps. Furthermore, a custom-crafted widebody amalgamates with a reconfigured quad-tip exhaust to make it look exceptionally aggressive.

Its extended width gives the perfect canvas to provide the sufficient clearance for the sheer power output of its beefy V8 engine. It also features an immense hood scoop purportedly meant to fit a supercharger, comparable to many high-performance GM automobile models such as the C7 Chevy Corvette ZR-1. Fusing modern Camaro design with fresh alterations makes this car’s style matchless.

“To match its aggressive styling and live up to its name, this Z/28 would need a serious engine,” said the car enthusiast. The last Z/28 Camaro in 2014-2015 came with the C6 Corvette Z06’s massive naturally aspirated 7.0-liter V8, so this new Camaro Z/28 could take a cue from the current Z06 and use the “LT6” engine, a high-revving 5.5-liter V8 that produces 670 hp in its stock form.

GM could reach the following level by introducing a double-turbocharger or supercharger package. The utilization of compression vastly increases the power capacity of the Camaro Z/28, helping it to deliver over 1,000hp and thus become an adversary of the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon’s 170 hp.

Although a Camaro in the present sport-car shape is improbable to be revived soon, a 2022 Camaro Z/28 like this has the potency to revitalize the car set to be phased out next year.

Ready to depart after the 2023 model year, the current Chevy Camaro is slated to get a special Collector’s Edition for 2024. This will be an optional package purchasable on the RS, SS and ZL1 models in limited numbers. Nobody knows yet what version of the Camaro follows up from the 2020 edition, but it won’t feature an internal combustion engine. There are whispers that the legendary Z/28 moniker may return one final time as a 2025 Chevy Camaro Z/28; however, this has yet to be verified.

At this stage, the Collector’s Edition indicates that there shall be no further iterations of the Camaro as we are acquainted with it.

The most recent Camaro Z/28 was the 2014-2015 incarnation of the fifth-generation, which included a 7-liter V8 engine and boasted an output of over 500 horsepower. If you’re in the market for one, bear in mind that fifth-gen Camaro Z/28s are usually going for about $63,000 at auction. Naturally, those from the first generation top out the market and bellow the highest price tag at an average of $86,000. When it comes to successive generations, the price decreases by order with second-gen models checking in for approximately $32,000, third-gen options fetching about $20,000, and fourth-generation encountering an average of $14,000.

Chevy’s beloved Corvette, akin to Ford’s iconic Mustang, will never be eliminated from its catalogue; the upcoming ZR1 model looks to be equipped with an awe-inspiring 800+ horsepower twin-turbo system. The Camaro, similarly to the Dodge Charger and Challenger, is slated for retirement.


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