A second Camaro Z/28 was spotted testing at the Nurburgring after crash of first prototype
About a week after the accident on the Nurburgring involving a prototype Camaro Z/28, a second Z/28 prototype was spot undergoing testing. The prototype was a second vehicle.
While vinyl stickers might fool some novices, the reshaped grille, bulging hood, large rear wing, and flared arches would reveal to a trained eye that this a Z/28. The sound of the engine roaring through the turns of the Nurburgring would be the second giveaway.
Rumors are circulating that the engine of the upcoming Z/28 is a reworked 7.0 liter V8 engine that powered the older generation Camaro. Power in the reworked engine is expected to have been increased to a minimum of 540 horsepower.
The upcoming Z/28 will not be powerful compared to the Camaro ZL1, but with a lighter body, track-focused handling, electronic limited slip differential, a magnetic ride suspension, and Performance traction management, it Is expected to beat its predecessor with a 0-60 time of 4.0 seconds.