Our spies captured the upcoming Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 at the Nürburgring, and it sounds amazing.

Yesterday, spy shots from the Nürburgring gave us a great glimpse at the forthcoming Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, but a new video now lets us see how the future muscle machine looks in motion on the famous track. Plus, this clip is a great opportunity to hear its growling engine.

The Z/28 is supposed to be the Camaro’s ultimate track version, and this video suggests the latest one is well on the way to claiming that honor. The huge mesh grille should feed lots of cool air to whatever is in the engine bay, and an extractor at the front tip of the hood should also help with heat management, too.

There’s not much worry about the Z/28 gripping the track, what with its big wheels and presumably sticky tires. In front, the splitter and large canards at each corner should also help the aero. At the rear, the adjustable wing and diffuser look up to the job, too.

Unfortunately, the new Z/28’s engine remains a mystery. Some rumors suggest the possibility of a biturbo 3.6-liter V6, but the quad tailpipes in this clip emit a lot of bass. Chevy’s exhaust engineers could be working some magic, but we think it might be a V8 like the last Z/28. Regardless of what’s under the hood, the powerplant sounds wonderfully aggressive throughout the rev range.

This video is the best look yet at the next-gen Z/28. Turn up your speakers and enjoy an early preview of Chevy’s upcoming track-focused Camaro.