Designed for NHRA drag racing, the COPO has a coilover front suspension, a solid rear axle and a naturally-aspirated 427 engine.
Chevrolet has introduced the Camaro COPO concept at the SEMA Motor Show.
Designed for NHRA Stock Eliminator competition, the model has a cowl-induction hood, a chromoly roll cage and a race-spec interior. Other highlights include a coilover front suspension, a solid rear axle and unique wheels with rear radial racing slicks.
Under the hood, the COPO can accommodate two engines: a supercharged 327 (5.3L) or a naturally-aspirated 427 (7.0L). They can be paired to a two-speed automatic, a three-speed automatic or a five-speed manual.
Chevrolet hasn't confirmed the model will go into production, but Jim Campbell - GM's U.S. vice president of Performance Vehicles and Motorsports - hinted the COPO "...is a clear indication that Chevrolet intends to homologate the Camaro for sportsman drag racing."