$75,000 Camaro Z/28 is Already Sold Out, But Chevy May Build More
If you were in the market for a $75,000 Chevy that wasn’t a Corvette, you may have missed your opportunity. The new Camaro Z/28 — which Chevy says is the most high-performance Camaro ever built — is already sold out for 2014. All 500 units of it. According to Autoguide, who spoke with chief engineer Al Oppenheiser in a recent interview, all 500 units of the track-focused Camaro already have a home for 2014. With the Z/28 painting a “target” on cars like the Porsche 911 and Nissan GT-R, it wasn’t hard for muscle car and track car enthusiasts alike to dish out that much cash. PHOTOS: See More of the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
But there is good news for those of you who may have missed out. For 2015, Oppenheiser says that if there is enough of a demand, Chevy could build up to 2,500 units of the Camaro Z/28, and get them into the hands of even more enthusiasts. The downside being that the new Z/28 would become a little less exclusive than originally expected.
In case you forget, for $75,000, the Camaro Z/28 ditches features like A/C and radio, in place of a 7.0-liter V8, a six-speed manual transmission, and 500-hp. And not to mention a race chassis, and upgraded wheels and tires.
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Looks like the old saying “less is more” stands true of the new Z/28.
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