Chevrolet Camaro COPO 2012
Something new for hunters to speed, but also others who enjoy, in a very attractive car. The car that everyone would like to have, has a different purpose, the Chevrolet Camaro COPO is for – drag racing. The Chevrolet Camaro COPO will be made in limited numbers, 69, to be precise.
The car is not for road use as it is Chevy’s stock drag race machine. The 69-car production limit for the 2012 Chevrolet Camaro COPO matches the number of ZL-1 COPO Camaros made in 1969. COPO stands for Central Office Production Order and was Chevrolet’s special order system used by their dealers to build high performance models in the 1960s.
The Chevrolet Camaro COPO is designed to pass the National Hot Rod Association’s (NHRA) racing specifications that include a solid axle and a full chrome Moly roll-cage. Evidently, most of the standard sound and power accessories have been excluded in order to decrease its weight for racing. Also included is a pair of racing bucket seats, a safety harness for the driver, a competition floor shifter and Chevrolet Performance gauges. One of the engines on offer, a 5,300cc, 4.0-litre supercharger just happens to be the fastest Camaro Chevrolet have built to this day.
Chevrolet will offer three engines on the Camaro COPO especially developed to compete in the top classes in NHRA’s various Stock Eliminator and Super Stock ranks, an LS7-based naturally aspirated 427 (7.0-litre) V8, a supercharged, LSX-based 327 (5.3-litre) V8 featuring a 2.9-litre supercharger, and a supercharged, LSX-based 327 (5.3-litre) V8 featuring a 4.0-litre supercharger.
Users search for:
- camaro 2012
- шевроле камаро 2014