as informed in It also has an upgraded front splitter, side skirts, diffuser, and 3-piece rear spoiler, in addition to the black Chevrolet bowtie emblems, smoked taillights and 20-inch gloss black aluminum wheels, shod in 285/30 front and 305/30 rear tires.Chevy’s engineers have also fiddled with the interior, adding Recaro bucket seats, a suede flat-bottomed steering wheel, suede knee pads and center console arm rest, aluminum pedals, and special floor mats.
The automaker is keeping performance numbers a secret for now.Some of the cool features that can be found on the new muscle car include the Magnetic Ride Suspension, which lowers the ride height by 30 mm (1.2 in), an electronic limited-slip differential that is said to be segment-exclusive, dual-mode performance exhaust, and Brembo performance brakes.Recognizing the new Chevrolet Track Concept is easy, as it’s finished in a striking satin green, with unique gloss black hood and roof stripes.
PHOTO GALLERYDesigned for drivers who need a high-performance car for the track and a fast sports coupe for everyday road use, the all-new Chevrolet Camaro Track Concept is here to impress in Geneva It’s enhanced using official Chevy performance parts solely offered in the US, with an adequate selection becoming available in Europe in the near future.Powering it is a 6.2-liter V8 engine , which produces 453 PS (446 HP) and 617 Nm (455 lb-ft) of torque, and works in conjunction with an 8-speed automatic transmission, with paddle shifters.
according to Not to let Dodge take all the spotlight with its upcoming Challenger SRT Demon, Chevrolet has announced it is revealing a new Camaro Track Concept at the Geneva show.
Chevrolet is calling this Track Concept a “street outlaw” and “weekend track day warrior”, indicating it will be a road-legal model designed to be more suitable for the track than the regular model.
Chevrolet used Facebook to release a sneak teaser image showing the front corner of a souped-up Camaro.
Chevrolet revealed the latest 1LE package a couple of weeks ago.
Could this be a 1LE package for the European market?
according to PHOTO GALLERYChevrolet has released an intriguing teaser image of a special Camaro concept, set to debut at this week’s Geneva Motor Show 2017 in Switzerland.Dubbed the Camaro Track concept, the vehicle won’t be an all-out performance monster like the recently-release ZL1 1LE .
Instead, it appears to be based around the existing Camaro SS and outfitted with the optional 1LE package.Some of its most intriguing styling elements include the bright green paint scheme, Brembo brakes, lowered suspension, 20-inch wheels, plus black across the side skirts and front splitter.Further details about the model are non-existent and it remains unclear why Chevrolet is opting to reveal it in Europe considering that the standard model is only available at a handful of dealerships across the Atlantic.Whatever the case may be, keep your eyes peeled for its impending debut.
collected by :Sandra Alex