Carmaro ZL1 Super Charged

May 1, 2013

Carmaro ZL1 Super Charged

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The 2013 Supercharged Camaro ZL1 is the most technologically advanced Camaro ever produced and is considered to be the highest production Camaro of all time.

GM engineered the car to extremes, incorporating adaptive magnetic ride control, 6 piston Brembo brakes, five mode performance traction management, race tuned suspension, six-speed transmission and 20” wheels.

2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Blue Color

This unprecedented muscle car comes finished in Daytona yellow or any color you choose and it isn’t short on creature comforts with sueded microfiber interior, wheel-mounted controls, heads-up display, driver information center, and power everything. Other features include Bluetooth wireless technology, ZL1 front bucket seats, On Star, a leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, and a rear vision package.

The 2013 Camaro ZL1 is unlike anything anyone has ever driven before. Because true gearheads never have enough horsepower, SLP stepped up the already impressive 580 horsepower, with their 650 horsepower upgrade package! With features like these this Camaro is sure to provide its new owner with a ride they won’t soon forget!

But wait there’s more – the winner of the 2013 Camaro Dream Giveaway will also receive a 2 day high performance driving course from Bob Bondurant School Of High Performance Driving!

SLP Performance    Carmaro ZL1 Super Charged SLP-logo

SLP Performance opened their doors in 1986 with the mission of providing late model Camaro and Firebird owners with a complete selection of “Street Legal Performance” products that would improve the performance, handling and fuel economy of their cars.

In addition to being a manufacturer of emissions certified performance packages for modern-day performance cars, SLP Performance is also the number one source for late model performance parts. SLP Performance provided the supercharger upgrade for the 2013 Camaro ZL1 transforming this vehicle into a 650 horsepower beast!

The original Camaro featured an all-aluminum V-8, then considered an exotic material. Though it was officially rated at 425 horsepower, dyno testing often revealed the ZL1s to be putting out much more.

Among the fastest street-legal cars of the muscle-car era, the ’69 Camaro ZL1 can today fetch several hundreds of thousands of dollars. At Barrett-Jackson’s 2012 Scottsdale auction, a restored ZL1 sold for $451,000.

The new version doesn’t exactly come cheap. The Camaro ZL1 starts at $63,045, including destination and a $2,600 gas guzzler tax. Our tester added to that the automatic transmission, suede trim on the interior, 20-inch aluminum wheels, and clear-coated paint on the carbon-fiber hood insert for a total of $65,800. That’s nearly triple the price of a base Camaro and well into Corvette territory.

Like its namesake, the 2013 ZL1 also has an all-aluminum V-8, a 6.2-liter supercharged version making 580 horsepower and 556 pound-feet of torque. Fans of this small-block V-8 will know it also sees duty in the Cadillac CTS-V sedan, coupe and wagon, though the ZL1 motor has a bit more power. This helps the Camaro blast from zero to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds, according to Car and Driver.

A six-speed manual transmission comes standard; our tester had the $1,185 six-speed automatic gearbox with steering wheel mounted paddle shifters.

We’d advise going with the manual. The automatic bogged down in slow shifts, regardless of whether you let the car choose the shift points or initiated them through the paddles.

Standard on all ZL1s are GM’s excellent Magnetic Ride Control dampers. This system lets drivers choose between Tour and Sport modes of firmness, and can adjust immediately to changing road conditions. It sounds far-fetched until you travel a familiar road and feel many of its imperfections ironed out.

Other standard features include Brembo brakes, a limited slip differential, backup camera, Chevy’s excellent MyLink infotainment system, heated leather seats, a rear spoiler and a heads-up display.

Exterior modifications are subtle for a high-end hotrod. The aluminum hood with a carbon fiber insert is a nice touch, and the front bumper gets mildly more aggressive.

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