Real World Test Drive 2013 Camaro ZL1 Convertible

It's blisteringly fast but still comfortable enough to be a Daily Driver. Grant Winter takes us for a Real World Test Drive of the 2013 Camaro ZL1 Convertible:

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2012 Chevy Camaro ZL1 Car Review with Chief Engineer Al Oppenheiser Chevrolet Camaro's Chief Engineer Al Oppenheiser gives Autobytel a nice thorough review on the 2012 Chevy Camaro ZL1. This beat has 580 horsepower lurking under the hood. 0-60 MPH flies by in 3.9 seconds with the automatic transmission. This is going to be the ultimate Camaro. Chevy has never produced a Camaro with level of performance and technology built in. It is not very often that you see high performance sports cars equipped with an automatic transmission. But in terms of shifting an automatic will always be quicker than a manual. The Hydra-Matic 6L90 automatic transmission does feature steering wheel mounted paddle shifters. The Magnetic Ride Control System on the Chevy Camaro ZL1 is the first can on the market with the latest and greatest generation of this technology. The shocks have metallic particles in the shock fluid itself. When the shocks sense movement they move the magnetic particles into a field that instantly dampens the suspension. If you are driving 60 MPH in the 2012 Chevy Camaro ZL1 the Magnetic Ride Control System is making adjustments every inch. What this means is that you can have a very comfortable and stable ride on regular roads and a stiffer ride at the track. What's different on the ZL1 body compared to the regular SS is the larger lower grille. This was designed in the wind tunnel to take air in and cool the engine. The air is then channeled out the hood extractor to prevent lift and make down force. The Camaro ZL1 is an easy car to drive. You would think that a 580 horsepower vehicle would be a handful. The manual clutch is very smooth and the automatic transmission is a real joy. The ZL1 is a great car to drive around town in. The Chevy Camaro ZL1 has a base price of $54,095. Nothing on the Camaro ZL1 was compromised in terms of performance. Gas Mileage is not that great but you buy this vehicle for its performance and not its fuel economy. Check out a Walk Around Video with GM's Performance Design Director Or View the Autobytel 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Track Test Drive See More Car Videos Join Our Facebook Page

2014 Camaro ZL1 test drive and vehicle punishment - Allen O.
My 2014 Camero ZL1. Test drive. Direct from Chevy. 580 HP supercharged engine. I make a bunch of accelerations on a 'closed track'. A brief look at the inside options and I try to give a basic idea of what I think of the vehicle. I don't review the magnetorheological damper suspension system - but I will say it ranks a 10/10.The very instant you touch the button to change suspension you get instant performance changes that you can feel in the drive. On one of the lunches I was trying to approximate the redline as close as possible and when I went over the redline the engine automatically throttled back - interesting. We fit both mountain bikes and all our gear - so roadtrips for bik'n are awesome now!