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Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE 2018

Моторный отсек Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE by GeigerCars 2018 года (фото 3 из 16)

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2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE [Add-on / Replace]

17 995 загрузки , 19,1 МБ
26 мая 2018

More mods by Gta5KoRn:

Pre-released on Nov 19, 2017 on Patreon.com/Gta5KoRn
My 55th car mod

• 3D Model: NaturalMotion / Turn 10
• Showcase video: YouTube

• Add-on / Replace (Lynx)
• at least patch 1.0.1180.2 is required!

Early access / Pre-Release mods — Patreon.com/Gta5KoRn:
2018 Brabus-Maybach Rocket 900
Fast and Furious 8 — Submarine Map
2014 Volkswagen GTI Roadster Vision Gran Turismo
2015 Mercedes-Brabus G500 4×4²
2019 Bugatti Divo
2018 Mercedes-Maybach S650 Pullman
2019 Apollo Intensa Emozione
2018 Mercedes-Maybach S650 X222
2018 Mercedes-AMG S63 W222
2018 Lamborghini Urus
2017 Mercedes-Benz E400 W213 [Remastered]
2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS AlphaSix Designs
2018 Mercedes-Benz S560 W222
2016 Chevrolet Camaro Bumblebee (from Transformers 5)
2016 Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 Coupé
2019 Hyundai Veloster N
2015 Brabus 850 S-Class W222
2018 Mercedes-AMG E63s W213 [Remastered]
2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom 8

Features:
— HQ- Exterior / Interior / Sills / Engine / Trunk
— Clean mapping of leather, plasticsuede, alcantara, etc. textures
— Vibrating engine and exhaust
— Working lights (headlights, taillights, front and rear indicators, reversing- and brake lights)
— 4 Paint options:
▪ Paint 1: exterior
▪ Paint 2: brake calipers
▪ Paint 6: Interior parts (only via trainer in benny mod shop)
▪ Paint 7: body parts (only via trainer in benny mod shop)
— Interior light (you can turn it on & off with headlights)
— Manufacturer rear plate with ‘1LE’ logo
— 4 extras: Front & Rear GTA Plate, Rollcage, Monster Energy drink
— Working steeringwheel
— Analog-digital dials
— Working Game radio adapted to the original Camaro display
— Full body dirt
— Breakable windows (with dirt and cracks)
— Bullet impact
— Hands on steeringwheel
— Correct car proportions
— HQ mirror reflections
— Correct door handle & opening on door hinges
— No tint on lights
— Correct seat positions for 2 peds
— Correct exhaust smoke position
— Correct neon lights position
— Correct platelight position
— Burn area
—————————————

Installation (Replace / Add-on):
Read the README file inside the archive

17 995 загрузки , 19,1 МБ
26 мая 2018

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More mods by Gta5KoRn:
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  • Comments (50)

Pre-released on Nov 19, 2017 on Patreon.com/Gta5KoRn
My 55th car mod

• 3D Model: NaturalMotion / Turn 10
• Showcase video: YouTube

• Add-on / Replace (Lynx)
• at least patch 1.0.1180.2 is required!

Early access / Pre-Release mods — Patreon.com/Gta5KoRn:
2018 Brabus-Maybach Rocket 900
Fast and Furious 8 — Submarine Map
2014 Volkswagen GTI Roadster Vision Gran Turismo
2015 Mercedes-Brabus G500 4×4²
2019 Bugatti Divo
2018 Mercedes-Maybach S650 Pullman
2019 Apollo Intensa Emozione
2018 Mercedes-Maybach S650 X222
2018 Mercedes-AMG S63 W222
2018 Lamborghini Urus
2017 Mercedes-Benz E400 W213 [Remastered]
2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS AlphaSix Designs
2018 Mercedes-Benz S560 W222
2016 Chevrolet Camaro Bumblebee (from Transformers 5)
2016 Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 Coupé
2019 Hyundai Veloster N
2015 Brabus 850 S-Class W222
2018 Mercedes-AMG E63s W213 [Remastered]
2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom 8

Features:
— HQ- Exterior / Interior / Sills / Engine / Trunk
— Clean mapping of leather, plasticsuede, alcantara, etc. textures
— Vibrating engine and exhaust
— Working lights (headlights, taillights, front and rear indicators, reversing- and brake lights)
— 4 Paint options:
▪ Paint 1: exterior
▪ Paint 2: brake calipers
▪ Paint 6: Interior parts (only via trainer in benny mod shop)
▪ Paint 7: body parts (only via trainer in benny mod shop)
— Interior light (you can turn it on & off with headlights)
— Manufacturer rear plate with ‘1LE’ logo
— 4 extras: Front & Rear GTA Plate, Rollcage, Monster Energy drink
— Working steeringwheel
— Analog-digital dials
— Working Game radio adapted to the original Camaro display
— Full body dirt
— Breakable windows (with dirt and cracks)
— Bullet impact
— Hands on steeringwheel
— Correct car proportions
— HQ mirror reflections
— Correct door handle & opening on door hinges
— No tint on lights
— Correct seat positions for 2 peds
— Correct exhaust smoke position
— Correct neon lights position
— Correct platelight position
— Burn area
—————————————

Installation (Replace / Add-on):
Read the README file inside the archive

2021 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

Review, Pricing, and Specs

  • Highs Ultimate Camaro performance, unbeatable value, non-1LE models have surprisingly good ride quality.
  • Lows Outward visibility is compromised, unimpressive interior, 1LE package makes it overly stiff.
  • Verdict The 650-hp Camaro ZL1 isn’t for the faint of heart but for anyone whose heart is at the racetrack.

Overview

With a fire-breathing 650-hp supercharged V-8 and ferocious track capabilities, the 2021 Chevy Camaro ZL1 is the king of monster muscle cars. Sure, the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 have horsepower ratings that start with seven, but the bow-tie beast delivers similar thrills for fewer green bills. In fact, if the mid-engine Corvette didn’t exist, the ZL1 could perhaps be called the world’s greatest performance value. Regardless, the Camaro perfects the front-engine, rear-drive formula inherent to muscle cars. While both the coupe and convertible have a remarkable chassis that’s more clairvoyant than Miss Cleo, unleashing the ultimate Camaro requires the transformative 1LE track package, but beware that it makes the suspension very stiff. If you can overlook the Chevy’s flawed interior, the 2021 Camaro ZL1 can be more exciting than a roller coaster, and it’ll regularly reward thrill-seekers and track rats alike.

What’s New for 2021?

There are only a couple changes to the Camaro ZL1 lineup for 2021. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration are now on its roster of features, and Chevy offers a new extra-cost paint color: Wild Cherry.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

While the coupe with the standard manual transmission is our ZL1 of choice, the optional $7500 1LE Extreme Track Performance package is transformative and tempting. Still, it makes the ZL1 hard to live with every day because the upgraded suspension is very stiff. Instead, we’d simply add the performance data and video recorder for capturing the days we’re brave enough to bring this 650-hp hellion to the racetrack.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The Camaro’s supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 is a well-behaved and tractable beast that makes power all over the rev range and leaves black streaks all over the road. As you’d expect, when stirred up, it leaves the sound of thunder echoing in its wake. Whether paired with the standard six-speed manual transmission or the available 10-speed automatic, the supercharged small-block V-8 lays down stupidly incredible performance figures. The fast-shifting automatic results in quicker acceleration times than the stick, but either way, this Chevy is a demon at the drag strip. Already a satisfying handler with quick and communicative steering, a balanced rear-drive chassis, and a surprisingly supple ride, the Camaro is elevated to new heights by the ZL1 gear. Its adaptive dampers change their stiffness based on the selected drive mode, but even the hardcore modes don’t ruin the car’s decent, if firm, ride. Want more? Grab the 1LE track package, which vaults the ZL1 into near supercar territory. Its wider and stickier tires, manually adjustable front suspension, and exclusive spool-valve dampers help chew up racetracks and spit out happy drivers. The ZL1 stops from 70 mph in 143 feet, and the ZL1’s brake pedal operates with a firmness befitting a performance car.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

The words «Camaro ZL1» and «fuel efficient» shouldn’t be used together in a sentence unless the phrase «is not» separates them. The EPA estimates models with the automatic transmission will earn 13 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway. With the manual, those numbers change to 14 and 20, respectively. Surprisingly, the Camaro beats the Shelby GT500 in fuel efficiency, as the latter manages 12 mpg city and 18 mpg highway. The manual-equipped ZL1 1LE we ran on our 75-mph highway fuel-economy route, which is part of our extensive testing regimen, returned a measly 17 mpg.

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Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

Turns out 650 horsepower and a ZL1 badge do nothing to erase the current-generation Camaro’s woeful outward visibility. It suffers the same thick roof pillars and high windowsills as other Camaros. Still, every ZL1 is well equipped out of the box and offers few options. Standard equipment includes power-adjustable front seats with heating and ventilation, a heated steering wheel, and dual-zone automatic climate control. When it comes to the ZL1, performance and style take precedence over less sexy matters such as cupholder counts and cargo space. There is very little interior stash space for small items, an almost tacit admission on Chevrolet’s part that the Camaro comfortably seats only two human beings. Behind the useless rear seats is a nearly as useless shallow trunk with an oddly shaped opening.

Infotainment and Connectivity

Chevrolet’s touchscreen infotainment system is among the industry’s easier-to-use units, with clear menus, large on-screen buttons, and popular features. It includes a Wi-Fi hotspot and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. The ZL1 offers as standard nearly everything available on normal Camaros, including a Bose audio system, wireless phone charging, and a head-up display.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

The 2021 Camaro ZL1 remains untested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The Chevy does offer a handful of driver-assistance technology. However, if you select either the convertible body style or the optional performance data recorder on the coupe, you’ll have to make do without the forward-collision alert. Key safety features include:

  • Standard blind-spot monitoring and rear-cross-traffic alert
  • Standard forward-collision warning (coupe only)
  • Standard rear parking sensors

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

The ZL1’s coverage is fairly typical for the industry, but Chevrolet offers buyers a complimentary scheduled maintenance visit within the first year of ownership.

  • Limited warranty covers three years or 36,000 miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers five years or 60,000 miles
  • Complimentary maintenance is covered for the first visit
Specifications

Specifications

2019 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE

VEHICLE TYPE
front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 4-passenger, 2-door coupe

PRICE AS TESTED
$75,985 (base price: $72,195)

ENGINE TYPE
supercharged and intercooled pushrod 16-valve V-8, aluminum block and heads, direct fuel injection
Displacement
376 cu in, 6162 cc
Power
650 hp @ 6400 rpm
Torque
650 lb-ft @ 3600 rpm

TRANSMISSION
10-speed automatic

CHASSIS
Suspension (F/R): struts/multilink
Brakes (F/R): 15.4-in vented disc/14.4-in vented disc
Tires: Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperCar 3R, F: 305/30R-19 (98Y) TPC, R: 325/30R-19 (101Y) TPC

DIMENSIONS
Wheelbase: 110.7 in
Length: 188.3 in
Width: 74.7 in
Height: 52.0 in
Passenger volume: 83 cu ft
Trunk volume: 9 cu ft
Curb weight: 3886 lb

C/D
TEST RESULTS
Rollout, 1 ft: 0.3 sec
60 mph: 3.4 sec
100 mph: 7.4 sec
150 mph: 19.2 sec
Rolling start, 5–60 mph: 3.7 sec
Top gear, 30–50 mph: 1.8 sec
Top gear, 50–70 mph: 2.1 sec
¼-mile: 11.5 sec @ 124 mph
Top speed (mfr’s claim): 190 mph
Braking, 70–0 mph: 137 ft
Braking, 100–0 mph: 268 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 1.17 g

C/D
FUEL ECONOMY
Observed: 14 mpg

EPA FUEL ECONOMY
Combined/city/highway: 16/13/21 mpg

Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE ( 2018 )

Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE

Chevrolet has established a new performance benchmark with the introduction of the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE — the most track-capable Camaro ever.

Taking the track-focused 1LE formula to an unprecedented level, the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE incorporates racing-based suspension and aero technologies, as well as exclusive Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3R summer-only tires,* in an extreme track performance package.

«The track-focused 1LE package offers progressive levels of performance across the Camaro lineup, from the V6 1LE to the SS 1LE,» said Al Oppenheiser, Camaro chief engineer. «But with the new ZL1 1LE, the progression takes a quantum leap — this is the ultimate track-day Camaro.»

In preliminary testing, the new Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE was 3 seconds faster than the standard ZL1 Coupe around General Motors’ 2.9-mile, 18-turn Milford Road Course test track.

The improved track performance is driven by four key elements:

  • Aerodynamics: New aero features including a carbon fiber rear wing, specific air deflectors and dive planes on the front fascia produce grip-generating downforce to help the car stick harder and drive faster in turns.
  • Adjustable suspension: The ZL1 1LE features racing-derived, lightweight Multimatic DSSV® (Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve) dampers front and rear for exceptional wheel and vehicle control. The front-end ride height is adjustable with the front dampers, which are used with all-new, adjustable camber plates. The rear stabilizer bar also offers three-way adjustability. All of the components are designed for quick changes at the track for optimal performance and a quick return to street settings when the track day ends.
  • Wheels and tires: New, lightweight forged aluminum wheels are an inch wider but an inch smaller in diameter, front and rear, than standard ZL1 wheels and are used with new Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3R tires that deliver max lateral grip of 1.10g. Developed exclusively for the Camaro ZL1 1LE, the 3R tires are designed to warm up faster to help maintain more consistent grip and speed, lap after lap. The overall footprint grows approximately 10 percent over the ZL1, but the wheel-and-tire package weighs about 1.5 pounds (3.3 kg) less per corner.
  • Lighter weight: The lighter wheels and dampers, along with reduced thickness rear glass and a fixed-back rear seat, contribute to an approximately 60-pound (27 kg) lower curb weight than a standard ZL1 Coupe.

«The new Camaro ZL1 1LE offers the supreme track experience,» said Mark Dickens, executive director, Chevrolet Performance Variants, Parts and Motorsports Engineering. «It’s the pinnacle of Camaro performance and advances the 1LE’s nearly 30-year legacy of uncompromising, track-tailored capability.»

The power behind the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE is the 650-horsepower, supercharged LT4 engine backed by a six-speed manual transmission featuring Active Rev Match. Brembo brakes, including red calipers with the 1LE logo, are also included. Additional standard features include dual-zone automatic climate control, Bose premium audio system, heated/ventilated front seats and heated steering wheel.

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ZL1 1LE Extreme Track Package Leads 2018 Camaro Lineup

New extreme track package elevates 1LE performance legacy

DETROIT — The ZL1 1LE — the ultimate Camaro track-day model — leads the 2018 Camaro lineup, taking the track-focused 1LE legacy to an unprecedented level. With racing-based suspension and aero technologies, as well as Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3R summer-only tires,* the ZL1 1LE represents the most extreme track-focused Camaro to date.

The new ZL1 1LE Extreme Track Performance Package (order code A1Z) will cost $7,500, bringing MSRP of the 2018 ZL1 1LE to $69,995, which includes the $995 destination freight charge.

“In the long, storied history of Camaro performance, there’s never been another model that matches the capability of the ZL1 1LE,” said Steve Majoros, Chevrolet cars and crossovers marketing director. “With the addition of the new 650-horsepower ZL1 1LE, the Camaro lineup is more diverse and exciting than ever, offering customers the ability to select and personalize their ultimate performance car.”

Additional ZL1 1LE highlights include:

  • Downforce-producing aero: Unique features include a carbon fiber rear wing, specific air deflectors and dive planes on the front fascia that produce grip-generating downforce to help the car stick harder and drive faster in turns.
  • Adjustable suspension: Racing-derived, lightweight Multimatic DSSV ® (Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve) dampers front and rear offer exceptional wheel and vehicle control. The front-end ride height is adjustable, along with the camber geometry. The rear stabilizer bar also offers three-way adjustability.
  • Wheels and tires: New, specific lightweight forged aluminum wheels are an inch wider but an inch smaller in diameter, front and rear, than standard ZL1 wheels and are used with new Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3R tires that deliver max lateral grip of 1.10g. The overall footprint grows approximately 10 percent over the ZL1, but the wheel-and-tire package weighs about 3.3 pounds (1.5 kg) less per corner.
  • Lighter weight: The lighter wheels and dampers, along with thinner rear glass and a fixed-back rear seat, contribute to an approximately 60-pound (27 kg) lower curb weight than a standard ZL1 Coupe.
  • Supercharged performance and more: The power behind the ZL1 1LE is the 650-horsepower, supercharged LT4 engine backed by a six-speed manual transmission featuring Active Rev Match. Brembo brakes are also included, along with dual-zone automatic climate control, Bose premium audio system, heated/ventilated front seats and heated steering wheel.

Camaro for 2018

The Camaro lineup is offered in LS, LT, SS and ZL1 models, which are available in coupe and convertible body styles. The performance-oriented 1LE package is offered on LS, LT, SS and ZL1 coupes, with track-focused content specific to each model.

In addition, on SS models the 1LE package is now available with the uplevel 2SS trim (late availability).

The Redline Edition package returns for 2018, offering a distinctive, personalized appearance that includes black front and rear bowtie emblems, red-accented grille, hash mark graphic, decklid blackout graphic, dark-finish taillamps, black outside mirrors, 20-inch black aluminum wheels with red accents and more. It is available on LS, LT and SS models.

The 2018 Camaro lineup goes on sale this summer.

На гонке NASCAR представили трековое купе Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE

Это у нас в России «мускул-кар» Chevrolet Camaro предлагается только с базовым четырехцилиндровым турбомотором мощностью 238 л.с. Но у себя на родине, в США, Camaro можно приобрести также с двигателями V6 и V8. А флагманская версия ZL1 вообще имеет под капотом компрессорную «восьмерку» LT4 мощностью аж 650 л.с.

Недавно американцы испытывали такую машину на скоростном треке в немецком Папенбурге. В ходе заездов по 12-километровому кольцу с профилированными поворотами Camaro ZL1 смогли разогнать до 325 км/ч в одном направлении и до 311 км/ч в противоположном. Таким образом, считается, что максимальная скорость супер-Camaro составляет 318 км/ч. А во время знаменитой гонки Daytona 500, которая открывала новый сезон серии NASCAR, марка Chevrolet представила еще более экстремальную трековую версию Camaro ZL1 1LE.

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Вообще варианты с индексом 1LE есть и у младших модификаций Camaro: они отличаются усиленными тормозами, дополнительными спойлерами, более мощной системой охлаждения, иными настройками подвески, самоблокирующимся дифференциалом, спортивными креслами Recaro, двухрежимной выхлопной системой с акустическими клапанами и даже встроенным видеорегистратором с записью скорости и уровня ускорений. Однако новый флагманский Camaro ZL1 1LE с ними не спутать: и без того свирепое оперение «обычной» версии ZL1 дополнено здоровенным сплиттером под передним бампером, планками-канардами по его углам, антикрылом из углепластика, а также оригинальными 19-дюймовыми колесами.

Доработка шасси прошла по типичному для трековых спорткаров сценарию: американцы не только установили амортизаторы канадской фирмы Multimatic с фирменными золотниковыми клапанами DSSV, но и добавили регулируемые стабилизаторы поперечной устойчивости и опоры стоек с возможностью быстрой регулировки развала колес. Благодаря доработанной подвеске и шинам Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3R, созданным специально для этой машины, Camaro ZL1 1LE способен выдать в повороте поперечное ускорение величиной до 1,1g.

• Тормоза — с шестипоршневыми суппортами Brembo и составными дисками
• Амортизаторы Multimatic с золотниковыми клапанами DSSV

Кроме того, снаряженная масса стала меньше на 27 кг: использованы кованые колесные диски, заднее стекло уменьшенной толщины и фиксированный задний диван. Любопытно, что трековая версия Camaro предлагается исключительно с шестиступенчатой механической коробкой передач, хотя «обычный» 650-сильный Camaro ZL1 доступен и с десятидиапазонным «автоматом» — именно такую машину испытывали на полигоне в Папенбурге. Что касается версии 1LE, то на испытательном треке в Милфорде такое купе проехало круг на три секунды быстрее обычного ZL1.

Цена пакета 1LE пока не объявлена, а исходный Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 в Штатах стоит минимум 61 тысячу долларов.

Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE 2018

Back in the 60’s, you had to be “in the know” to get a ZL1 Camaro, from a dealer who knew how to exploit GM’s COPO special vehicle ordering system. Now, all it takes is a healthy checkbook. That doesn’t mean they’re not special. Quite the opposite actually. And you can get yourself this very special ZL1 1LE, if you know what to ask for.

While not everyone has access to Germany’s Nurburgring, there are plenty of great race tracks in our country; and believe it or not, there are more than a few Camaro owners who regularly partake in track days at many of those fine facilities. Well, this 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE is for them.

It’s the answer to the question, “what can I do to make the ZL1 even more potent on a road course?”.

Well, more power was not really a necessity; the 650-horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. of torque coming out of the supercharged 6.2-liter LT4 V8 is more than adequate to get you around any race track. And with all of the plastic covers we see under hoods these days, it was refreshing to feast our eyes on lots of hard-working mechanical bits in plain view.

No, the real key to the 1LE Extreme Track Performance Package is more downforce, along with more grip to handle it and upgraded suspension to control it; as well as less weight for all of those components to deal with.

Now, we really didn’t notice much in the way of body roll in the ZL1 we tested at Roebling Road Raceway last year, but after putting this one through its paces this year, if there was any at all, it has now been eliminated.

Plain and simple, this car feels awesome on track; highly rigid with grip aplenty. It will basically do whatever you tell it to do. It has no problem with late braking, and on/off throttle hijinks don’t seem to upset it in any way. Even steering feel is quite good.

It’s hard to say that you can truly feel the additional downforce in corners, but there’s undeniably more grip for getting through them, and you definitely are making faster lap times. Although some of our driver’s did note they could sense some additional drag going down Roebling’s long front straight.

We’re well-documented fans of GM’s Performance Traction Management; between that and the new Multimatic Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve dampers; it’s like having your own personal pit crew to give you the ultimate setup every time you head out on track. You have to get to Sport 2 or Race mode if you want to have the real fun. Anywhere else, it does want to cut power from you.

If you prefer a custom setup, you can now manually adjust front ride height, camber plates, and the rear stabilizer bar as well.

Bottom line, it can be incredibly well-balanced and nailed down if you want it to be; but it can also be smoked and slid at will.

Now, going 1LE requires sticking with the standard 6-speed manual transmission. It worked just fine on track, with no complaints from our drivers; and active rev matching is as fun as it is useful.

But having 4-fewer gears than the automatic, and of course a third pedal to push, we couldn’t match the 3.5-second 0-60 run of the automatic equipped ZL1 that we had here last year.

Obviously it’s always fun ripping through the gears yourself; but keeping things pointed straight is a little more challenging with the manual too. So, if pink slips are your goal, stick with the automatic ZL1.

Either flying low or standing still, this is certainly one bad looking Camaro. The blacked-out ZL1 hood provides a true menacing element. What’s new for the 1LE are the added winglets on the front fascia; technically called “dive planes”, which sounds like something that you’d find on a submarine. And, of course, the impossible to miss carbon fiber wing at the rear.

But all this performance does come with costs. Like Gas Guzzler Government Fuel Economy Ratings of 14-City, 20-Highway, and 16-Combined.

But the biggest cost is the MSRP. ZL1s start at $63,795; adding the 1LE Extreme Track Performance Package takes it to $71,295.

That makes it one pricy Camaro. Still, you’d pay well over six figures for anything else close to it performance-wise, so we’ll call it money well spent.

When it comes to top dog Camaro performance, the 2018 ZL1 1LE, is without a doubt the “one” you want, even if you never plan on taking it to a race track. It’s simply the best Chevrolet Camaro yet.

ZL1 1LE: Chevrolet builds a 650-horsepower Camaro track monster

Upgraded aero, suspension, tires and traction electronics make the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE a star on track.

The mammoth rear wing of the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE sports prominent «X» decals. It’s to signify, say Chevrolet engineers, that this is the most extreme interpretation of the sixth-generation pony car. For enthusiasts who measure a car’s worth by how well it romps around a racetrack, you may agree that those «X» stickers are warranted given the ZL1 1LE’s Nürburgring lap time of 7:16.04.

That’s quite a good time indeed, being 13.56 seconds quicker around the 12.9-mile Nordschleife than the 10-speed automatic ZL1, making the ZL1 1LE the fastest Camaro to lap the famous German track to date.

The aforementioned carbon fiber wing is just one of the elements to the $7,500 ZL1 1LE package, but an important one to help hustle the Camaro around road courses faster with 80 percent more downforce compared to the base ZL1 wing. Developed with the help of GM’s road racing partners at Pratt & Miller, the large appendage provides 300 pounds of downforce at 150 mph.

How about that wing?

Other aero tweaks include front dive planes and a splitter mounted on the front fascia, sporting larger grille openings to provide better airflow to the car’s 11 various coolers. Like all other 1LE models, the hood gets a satin black wrap.

The aero work pays off down the long straight between turns one and two at the Area 27 race track in Oliver, British Columbia, which is a 250-mile drive east of Vancouver. Getting up to 125 mph isn’t difficult with a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 working under the hood, pumping out 650 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque. At high speed, the ZL1 1LE is comfortable and drama free.

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In keeping with the driver-focused mentality of the 1LE models, the only transmission available is a six-speed manual with the fantastic Active Rev Match program for always-perfect rev matches on downshifts. For those who prefer to blip the throttle themselves, Active Rev Match can be turned off with a pull of the paddle behind the steering wheel.

Mighty powerful with 650 horsepower.

Through Area 27’s variety of challenging corners, other aspects of the ZL1 1LE come into focus. Turn-in is sharp, and body roll is minimal, which is saying something for a 3,800-pound vehicle. Mid-corner grip is plentiful, without much understeer to speak of, even in the really tight complexes where I expect the car to plow forward.

Holding me tightly behind the suede-wrapped, flat-bottom wheel is a heavily bolstered Recaro seat, which just may be the best seat to come from the factory in a GM sports car.

Besides needing to smoothly roll into the throttle out of turns to not upset balance, the car isn’t intimating to push hard. It’s far from sketchy at the limit, and when you do surpass the tires’ capabilities, traction progressively falls off, giving ample time to make adjustments to regain grip and continue on.

2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE is a serious track weapon

Helping to make the ZL1 1LE a handling fiend are Multimatic DSSV dampers, which were previously used on the Gen 5 Camaro Z/28, and are currently found on such high-performance vehicles as the Ford GT and Mercedes-AMG GT. The dampers themselves are hard-mounted to the car and work with springs that are nearly twice as stiff as the base ZL1. Track rats will also enjoy the ability to adjust ride height and front camber for up to 3.7 degrees of negative camber.

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Out back, the cradle is solid-mounted to the body and there’s a three-way adjustable sway bar. The electronic limited-slip differential also gets unique tuning (compared to the base ZL1) for better cornering capabilities.

The whole package rides on staggered 19-inch Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3R tires wrapped on forged aluminum wheels. Developed to surpass the performance of the Pirelli Trofeo R tires used on the previous Z/28, the new Goodyears are excellent and stay consistent throughout our three-lap sessions. I do wonder how they will hold up over the course of a 15- or 20-minute session when they get really hot, but that discovery will have to come on another day.

Sticky Goodyear tires and strong Brembo brakes.

Also staying strong during our short track sessions are the six-piston front and four-piston rear Brembo brakes clamping down on steel rotors. Engineers say that performance targets were met without needing to go with a carbon ceramic setup, but I again want to see how well they will cope with stopping the relatively heavy Camaro throughout a longer track stint.

After three short sessions, my most surprising takeaway about the ZL1 1LE is how non-threatening the car feels to lean on. On a new track with many blind corners and four stories’ worth of elevation change, I settled comfortably into the 650-horsepower brute in short order and had a ball bombing around the great 3.0-mile track. It’s unlike the other American sports car with north of 600 horsepower that comes to mind, the Dodge Viper, which seems like it wants to kill you out on track.

As it turns out, an approachable car with equally approachable limits is exactly what Camaro chief engineer Al Oppenheiser wanted to build. To that, I have to say it is mission accomplished for Oppenheiser and his team.

Extremely supportive and comfortable Recaro seats.

How well the ZL1 1LE is on the road remains a mystery, as my drive was only on track. The Camaro development team says there’s some road compliance in the car, but solid mounted cradles, struts, stiffer springs and low-profile high-performance tires seem to say otherwise. I’m not exactly sure how much street driving you’ll want to do on the 100-treadwear-rating Goodyears, anyway.

However, some street driving will likely be necessary, and for that all the regular niceties found on the base ZL1 are here, too. There are heated and cooled front seats, a heated steering wheel and the MyLink infotainment system with an 8-inch color touchscreen, Bose audio system, Bluetooth and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities. Navigation to direct you to the closest racetrack will cost you an additional $495.

Also available is the $1,300 Performance Data Recorder system to record track sessions with real-time performance data to share on Facebook or dissect in hopes of producing better lap times.

A $71,295 track weapon that’s forgiving at the limit.

The 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE is hitting dealers now wearing a base price of $71,295, which includes destination costs and a $1,300 gas guzzler tax (14 mpg city, 20 mpg highway). That’s a decent premium over the $64,545 2017 Shelby GT350R Mustang, but the Ford is only packing 526 horsepower and 429 pound-feet of torque.

However, for most extreme Chevy Camaro yet built, with 650 usable horsepower and wicked track capabilities, the ZL1 1LE’s price of admission doesn’t seem too far-fetched.

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2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE review

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Introverts need not apply for this track-ready beast

This ultra extreme and massively hardcore Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE is one of the most satisfying ways to turn petrol into speed and fury.

Chevy’s LT4 supercharged small block is the core, but it’s the rest of the package that makes this GM’s most approachable, focused, and least compromised track car in recent memory.

While the ZL1 uses the top engine available in the Camaro, with gargantuan outputs of 485kW and 868Nm, the 1LE adds a track-optimised package that’s anything but window dressing. It’s the sort of car that defines street presence and has the performance to back it up.

Even at 1725kg, Chevy’s lapped the Nurburgring Nordschleife in a remarkable 7min16sec. For context, that’s a couple of seconds shy of Chevy’s own Corvette Z06 and, perhaps more tellingly, two full ticks quicker than the time set by a d’Ring specialist in a Porsche 991.2 GT3.

Yes, this Camaro is blazingly quick. The 1LE’s platform has been developed, without compromise, for track performance, and careful attention has been paid to the driver’s ability to easily access nearly the entirety of its performance envelope.

While it helps if you’re a professional pilot, this Camaro has that same easy approachability as an MX-5, but at a much, much higher level. As a road car, the 1LE should be reserved for the hardest of hardcore.

With racetrack-spec spring rates, minimal suspension travel, and matched damping rates, the Camaro bucks and bounces just as you’d expect from a caged and numbered racing car. It’s only on the smoothest road surfaces when the 1LE feels perfectly at home, and when you find that impeccably finished stretch of asphalt, it’s bliss.

It starts with a wonderfully fitted cockpit, the Recaro buckets set low to the floor, a small diameter steering wheel on a highly adjustable column, perfectly placed pedals, and a wonderfully direct shifter within easy reach. Chevy’s done an excellent job with first-level controls so that the driver can extract this Camaro’s obscene amount of performance.

Steering assist changes with each drive mode and, whether you’re in Touring, Sport, or Track mode, precision is excellent and on-centre feel is strong. The lesser assist and heavier input in Sport and Track modes feels a bit artificial, but doesn’t detract from the system’s inherent precision and high level of control.

The 1LE’s 19-inch wheel and tyre package is lighter and wider than the 20-inch set-up of the standard ZL1. The ultra-sticky, barely street legal, dry-weather-only Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3Rs are 305/30 R19 on 11-inch wide wheels up front and 325/30 R19 on 12-inch wheels at the back.

Not only is the grip immense, but the 3R also has predictable breakaway characteristics, making throttle-controlled yaw angles easy. Up front, six-pot calipers clamp two-piece, 390mm rotors, while the rear axle uses one-piece 365mm rotors and four-pot calipers.

Brembo is the brake caliper supplier of choice for good reason – brake feel, control, power, and fade resistance score five stars across the board. Springs, dampers, and anti-roll bars are all bespoke for the ZL1 1LE package. In front, the dampers are adjustable for ride height and include camber plates, while the rear anti-roll bar is adjustable for stiffness.

The ZL1’s magnetic ride dampers are dropped in favour of a set of coil-over, spool valve dampers from Canadian racing specialist Multimatic. They’re not just lightweight, but the engineering behind these dampers ensures predictable body and wheel control in a simple, lightweight package.

Among a list of famous motorsport clientele, Red Bull Racing notably won its F1 world championships on spool valve dampers from Multimatic. At speed, the 1LE’s aero package glues the Camaro to the road.

The enormous front splitter and dive planes take care of front downforce, and the decklid-mounted, highly sculpted carbon-fibre wing adds downforce at the rear axle – and robs the driver of some visibility out the rear window. The aero package also resulted in punishing fuel consumption – over 1600km, the 1LE averaged 17L/100km.

The vast output of Chevy’s LT4 is channelled through a perfectly geared six-speed manual ’box from Tremec and GM’s excellent electronically-controlled, limited-slip differential. Shifting that six-speed is one of the highlights of the 1LE, with its wonderful, precise feel from the shifter and a clutch pedal that provides clear engagement feedback.

The LT4’s torque ensures that downshifts are rarely required, but it’s so satisfying that you’ll find excuses to change gear. Rev matching is easily switchable, on or off, via the steering wheel-mounted paddles. The e-diff is similar to the units we’ve found enjoyable in the Corvette Z06 as well as the ATS-V and CTS-V Cadillacs.

It works nearly as well in this application, but has a little too much lock at city speeds, and with the sticky rubber, you’ll notice a little crabbing when parking. Zero to 100 km/h launches are accomplished in the mid-threes and its top speed is unquestionably limited by its extensive aero kit.

Lateral grip is said by Chevy to be 1.1g, which makes the deep Recaro buckets necessary. The real trick to the ZL1 1LE is how each system is optimised to give the driver complete confidence at any speed.

Everything from power, steering, braking, outright grip, feedback from the chassis – it’s how everything is harmonised into this beautiful machine that makes it one of the most approachable, mega fast cars available today. There are plenty of track specials, but none are as easy to drive as quickly and as confidently as this Camaro.

By no means is it the perfect road car, but it may be the most perfect track-ready road car. You could, in theory, weld a cage into it and go racing. You’d be crazy, because it’s such a wonderfully engineered road car, however, perhaps it’s best kept as that special car you reserve specifically for track-day domination.

4.5 stars out 5
Likes: Accessible performance; shift action; presence
Dislikes: On-road ride quality; unusable rear seats; fuel consumption

2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE Specs:
Engine: 6162cc V8, OHV, 16v, supercharged
Power: 485kW @ 6400rpm
Torque: 868Nm @ 3600rpm
Weight: 1725kg
0-100km/h: 3.6sec (claimed)
Price: US$69,995

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