2018 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Redesign, Release, Changes

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Chevrolet, the well-known automobile division of the leading American car manufacturer, General Motors, renewed the Z/28 in 2013 when redesigning the fifth-generation 2014 – 2015 Chevrolet Camaro SS. The iconic name was offered to the model after 46 years as a track-prepared version of the street-going coupe, just akin to Vince Piggins first conceived it. Although the model was offered with a power engine, it has not offered better performance, but quicker than its supercharged counterparts, such as the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 and the 2017 Porsche 911 Carerra S.

The Z/28 nameplate was revived in 2013 for the fifth-generation Camaro. The iconic name returned after 46 years as a track-ready version of the road-going coupe, just like it was originally conceived by Vince Piggins. It also received a big, naturally aspirated V-8 and, even though it wasn’t as powerful as the ZL1, it had a 7:37-minute Nurburgring lap to brag about, being quicker than its supercharged siblings, the Porsche 911 Carerra S, and the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640.

A prototype sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro that most likely previews the next-generation track-focused Camaro Z/28. The Camaro ZL1, with its 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 borrowed from the Corvette Z06, is the Camaro iteration all ate up with motor. This Z/28, as before, will be the Camaro that’s all ate up with eatin’ up, chewing, and spittin’ out racetracks. Just look at this camouflaged test mule’s borderline ridiculous aerodynamic add-ons, tires as wide as Kansas, and gaping air intakes all working toward a single purpose: keeping the Z/28 planted and cool while circling a track at abusive velocities.

2018 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Price

Pricing for the new 2018 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 has been set at $72,000 – $80,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.


2018 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Redesign

As before, the Z/28 will start life as a regular Camaro, but Chevrolet will give it a total makeover to enhance grip, downforce, and braking, as well as the cooling of critical components. We also expect the Z/28 to be lighter than its Camaro siblings, although stripping weight from the newly lightened sixth-generation Camaro won’t be as easy as it was for the heavier previous-generation car. These spy photos reveal how hard-core the new Z/28’s aero kit will be, with a shelf-like front splitter building on the already prodigious proboscis on the outgoing model, Corvette Z06 like rocker-panel extensions, and a colossal rear wing that appears to be adjustable. Curiously, this prototype lacks an elaborate i.e., finned rear diffuser, but perhaps it doesn’t need it with all of those other downforce-enhancing bits. In addition to the splitter up front, the front fascia wears aggressive canards on its cheekbones, as well as a vented hood (a design that Chevrolet has employed in the past to reduce front-end lift at high speeds by evacuating engine-compartment air) that appears similar to the one on the new ZL1.

2018 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Specs

The 2018 Chevy Camaro Z/28 interior is anticipated to be designed in a fine yet in a sparse manner. Taking a prompt from the previous generation Z/28 and other contemporary track-focused special versions, such as the 911 GT3RS, GT350R, and M4 GTS, the 2018 model will probably come equipped with Recaro racing buckets, missing back seats, slenderer glass, less noise insulation, and carbon fiber pronunciations as standard. It also comes equipped with the Performance Data Recorder of General Motors as well as the MyLink infotainment system as standard. However, the air conditioning will be offered as an option, similar to the fifth-generation Camaro Z/28.

The Camaro Z/28 will obviously be based on the standard Camaro, but will have a slew of performance parts that make it a track-ready scalpel. That includes a bunch of aerodynamic improvements. In the most recent round of spy photographs, we can see just how aggressive Chevrolet Chevrolet is making the Z/28. This is all in a bid to compete with track-ready specials like the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R, Porsche 911 GT3 RS, and BMW M4 GTS.

The external design of the next generation Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 will be based on the normal Camaro, but it will feature a slew of performance components that make it a track-prepared scalpel, which includes many aerodynamic improvements to make the vehicle have an aggressive look. This would make the 2017 model to vie competently with its class competitors, such the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R and the BMW M4 GTS.

In the front, the new Z28 comes equipped with a big lower grille and headlights, similar to those of the Camaro ZL1, but the resemblances end there. With the grille, there are two air intakes with huge aero winglets. A big front splitter increases the downforce action, together with side splitters beside the rocker panels. The hood comes without the big heat extractor, seen in the Camaro the ZL1, most likely for the reason that the new model will not be supercharged vehicle, and so it does not require the additional cooling, but it still features a heat extractor midway over the power dome.


The interior of the Z/28 is expected to be well-designed yet sparse. Taking a cue form the last generation Z/28 and other modern track-focused special editions (like the GT350R, 911 GT3RS, and M4 GTS), the 2018 Z/28 will likely come standard with Recaro racing buckets, missing rear seats, thinner glass, less sound insulation, and carbon fiber accents. Expect to see GM’s Performance Data Recorder to come standard, as well as the MyLink infotainment system. Perhaps GM will leave air conditioning as an option, just as it did with the fifth-generation Z/28.

The 2017 Z/28 will be offered with a set of 20-spoke, 19-inch lower ride height, lightweight alloy wheels in the front and 20-inch alloy wheels at the back, wearing the 305-series to 325-series range Pirelli P Zero Trofeo tires. The novel and lighter chassis will get further updates. The vehicle comes equipped with novel spool-valve dampers with four-way tuning and a race-developed suspension system, which will be attached to the wheels. Regarding brakes, the new vehicle comes equipped with the four-piston, 15-inch Brembo carbon-ceramic disc brakes in the front and at the back.

2018 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Engine

The 2018 Camaro Z/28 is expected to be equipped with the same V8 powertrain with the displacement of 7.0 liters, found in the earlier model. The powertrain will produce the maximum power of 525 ponies and the maximum torque of 500 pounds per foot. This time, the new 2018 Chevy Camaro will be offered with two transmission choices, such as the six-velocity manual transmission and the all-fresh ten-velocity automatic transmission, carried over from the Camaro ZL1.

Besides looking bad-ass and being capable of defying physics, the previous Z/28 sat apart from the rest of the Camaro family by virtue of its engine. While every other Camaro utilized a 6.2-liter V-8 (either naturally aspirated or supercharged), the old Z/28 boasted the naturally aspirated 7.0-liter LS7 V-8 also used in the C6 Corvette Z06. The special engine made 505 horsepower, fewer than the supercharged V-8 in the contemporary ZL1, and yet the Z/28 was the most expensive Camaro available. We suspect that, this time around, the Z/28 may get a horsepower rating commensurate with its position at the top of the Camaro lineup. For reference, the 2017 Camaro ZL1 is putting down 640 horsepower from the same supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 used in today’s Corvette Z06 (which carries a ceremonial 10-hp advantage over the Camaro). While the Z/28’s power level is a mystery, we’re fairly confident the Z/28’s extra power will come from the very same supercharged LT4 V-8 as the ZL1. A six-speed manual transmission should be standard, while General Motors’ new 10-speed automatic which debuted in the Camaro ZL1 may be optional.

However, Camaro forums and industry talk does point to the LT1 V-8 from the Corvette Grand Sport. You’ll recall the Grand Sport is basically a naturally aspirated version of the mighty Corvette Z06. It carries all the same suspension, brake, and aero bits as the Z06, but offers a track-ready Vette at a price between the standard C7 and the all-out Z06.

Well, that same LT1 V-8 could very well be what powers the Z/28. We suspect Chevy will up the ante with a hotter camshaft, a free-flowing exhaust, remapped ECU, and a cold air induction system designed to pump power well north of the 505-horsepower mark set by the last Z/28’s 7.0-liter V-8. One thing is for sure: the Z/28 will be a naturally aspirated car.

Behind the engine will be two transmission options: the six-speed manual transmission and the all-new 10-speed automatic, borrowed from the Camaro ZL1. Those looking for lap records will opt for the automatic thanks to its lightening fast shifts and race-tuned performance modes.

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