2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Video


If you're solely interested in cars for their convenience features and creature comforts, you can stop reading now. The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, debuting this week at the 2013 New York International Auto Show, cuts weight like a high school wrestler before a big meet, eschewing stuff like fog lights, stereo speakers and standard air conditioning — all in the name of maximizing track performance. And let's face it: You don't choose a Z/28 for backseat legroom.

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It's that 7.0-liter V-8's 500 horsepower and 470 pounds-feet of torque that curries favor with the muscle-car faithful, though Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays suggest Z/28 fans might be put off by questionably redesigned taillights, which he likens to those found on a late-'90s Honda Prelude. Check out the video below and see for yourself.



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Kelsey Mays needs to revisit previous generations of Camaros. These new taillights pay homage to those Camaros. So what if the Prelude had resemblance.

Ken L.

1 speaker and crappy stereo??? I wouldn't want to sacrifice my mental state of mind knowing that I paid more money than a ZL1 for less daily comfortable since the Z/28 will most likely be driven daily. And yes, I agree with the Honda Prelude tail light resemblance.


This styling change is a step backwards. It has already gotten a lot of negative opinions on a popular Camaro forum. Yes, it does resemble a Prelude, or an Integra. No, it's not a successful attempt at something heritage to the Camaro. But who knows, maybe it looks better in person...

The Z/28 is not the choice for a daily driver. It's supposed to be a stripped down track car. The brakes and tires alone will cost you serious coin. If you want a stereo, install one, it's not like the factory stereo in the Camaro is any good.

I still want the LS7 as a package for the SS. THAT would be exciting!

I really like the changes, especially to the front. And I was wondering when they were going to convert to LED tail lights. Now I know

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