213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
All Camaro Z/28s are collectable cars, but an ultra-low mileage 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 like this goes right to the top of the desirability list. After all, it set the new bar performance with a serious 505 horsepower package. This one is a darkly sleek machine with the right look and correct paperwork to keep it a desirable and everlasting collectable.
Chevrolet returned the Z/28 package in 2015 after more than a dozen year absence. And now we all know it was worth the wait. They created an all-out track day king that was almost hard to believe it was legal enough to hang a license plate off the back. Chevy seems to also know that a monster car needs a monster personality. So they gave it a muscular design that looks absolutely amazing in black. And because this example has so few miles on it, the coupe retains the sleek and straight look we love. Some of the meanest parts of the design are also what make it so effective. The deep chin splitter, full body kit, rear diffuser, and large rear spoiler were all from an engineered package that was honed in places like the Nurburgring. This was built to be but fast and stable. So while those special 19-inch wheels might add to the car's blackout package, they are also strong forged units that have wide and grippy tires. And the hood has an absolutely menacing look like no other car out there. But it's really part of an aluminum and carbon fiber package designed to be both lighter and cool the motor better.
Recaro racing seats and a flat-bottom steering wheel greet you when you open the door. So you know the 200 mph speedometer is no joke. But no matter how wild the look is, and how much race-ready packaging this car has, we also love it because Chevy loaded it up with the best comfort features, too. After all, those same sports seats and steering wheel are finished in an opulent suede-like microfiber. And the dash, door panels, and gearshift are done to match, too. It's loaded with power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, power seats, cruise control, dual airbags, side airbags, and a premium audio system featuring Bluetooth. And the included window sticker shows that this was even optioned with air conditioning right from the factory.
This Z/28 has its engine bay filled from fender to fender with 427 power. It's a bit of a modern twist on the legend with this numbers-matching LS7 V8. The motor already reliably made 505 horsepower when it was in the Corvette Z06 program, so the focus on the competition-oriented Z/28 was to fortify this modern fuel-injected V8. This included new pistons, titanium connecting rods, a cold-air intake, revised exhaust headers, and a dry-sump lubrication. One twist of the key and you're greeted to a raucous growl that you never thought a modern car would ever be capable of producing. The six-speed has the rowing action familiar to Camaro fans, but the ratios are much closer so you can really enjoy this on private tarmac. The fully independent suspension is a wonderfully engineered dance of technology. Not only does it use known components like modern bushings and anti-roll bars, but it also utilizes cutting-edge race car equipment like spool-valve dampers. The result is a vehicle that will embarrass more expensive hardware wherever you challenge it. There is a traction management system (not traction control) that helps understand where to send the rear wheel torque to optimize cornering and traction without losing speed. This works in conjunction with features like the race-inspired Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes, power steering, and Pirelli P-Zero tires to create a feeling where you are in control even while enjoying supercar-level speeds.
The sale comes complete with the original windows sticker and owner's manual packet. This is the legendary return of the Z-car, and it came back in a major way. So you already know how special this instant classic is, and that's why you have to hurry for this deal. Call today!!!
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