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New Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Sounds Naturally Aspirated




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Spy photographers have captured a video of the new Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 testing on the Nurburgring.

We recently received spy photos of an aggressively styled Chevrolet Camaro testing at the ĎRing and itís looking more likely that it will be the upcoming Z/28 variant. Along with plenty of aerodynamic upgrades concealed under all the camouflage, the prototype boasts a massive rear spoiler, which suits the track-focused mantra of the Z/28. The big question is what will be powering the new Camaro Z/28 and we might just have the answer.

The previous-generation Z/28 was powered by a naturally aspirated 7.0-liter V8 with 505 horsepower, and rumor had it that GM could turn to the supercharged V8 found in the ZL1 or even use a new twin-turbo V6 unit. Well, those who didnít want forced induction will be pleased, as a new video sent by our spy photographers reveal that this particular Camaro prototype is naturally aspirated.

Unfortunately, the prototype crashed during its testing. See video footage of the crash here.
Read more about the New Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Sounds Naturally Aspirated at AutoGuide.com.
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