Chevrolet is known for providing its customers safe and reliable, fuel-efficient vehicles, ever since it was founded in Detroit in 1911. With annual sales crossing 4 millions in more than 140 countries, Chevrolet continues to serve its clients with vehicles in expressive design and great performance.
2013 Camaro ZL1 is the latest addition to its impressive portfolio. Making its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show next month, it will be in the late 2012 when it goes on sale. Packed with the latest technology and powerful technology, it will give stiff competition to many out of the ordinary cars and ultra-luxury convertibles. With a supercharged 6.2L “LSA” engine, SAE-rated at 580 horsepower (432 kW) and 556 lb.-ft. of torque (754 Nm), the Camaro ZL1 convertible will be one of the most robust and most competent, convertibles available, according to Al Oppenheiser, Camaro chief engineer.
Let us glance at some of its advanced features:
- Advanced powertrain and chassis technologies
- ZL1 convertible coupe-like driving dynamics
- Underbody tunnel brace
- Rear underbody “V” braces
- Front “X” brace
- Tower-to-tower brace under the hood
- Transmission support reinforcement brace
These strategic reinforcements enhance the already-stiff body structure to suppress the noise and vibration as well as steering wheel shake that is common in convertibles. Camaro ZL1 convertible will also present Performance Traction Management to improve both launch-acceleration and corning.
Get ready to welcome, a powerful convertible designed to conserve nearly all the acceleration and out do the performance capabilities. Welcome Camaro ZL1 coupe, which goes on sale in early 2012.