2013 New York Auto Show: Studs and Duds
Stud: 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
What’s significant about the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 isn’t that Chevy made the car. The parts were there all along; it just took some time to put them all together. No, what’s really significant is that Chevy is getting back to its roots with the model. This isn’t the choice of be-mulleted high-school dropouts anymore; erase those “IROC-Z” memories from the ’80s. No, this is what the Z/28 was supposed to be all along: A barely street-legal, stripped down, crazy-powerful version of the Camaro that you buy when you want to race. Can you drive it on the street? Sure you can. Would you be crazy to? Yes, you would.
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