Chevy Camaro ZL1 by Superior

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Floridian tuner creates a bespoke ZL1 body for a Swiss customer. Now imagine that cruising around the Alps.

From itsworkshop in Florida, Superior Automotive Design restyles a range of Americanand European cars and sends them to customers across the globe. Its latestproject is based on the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 that was shipped to Switzerlandafter receiving some modest modifications. These includecosmetic touches in the form of gloss blue metallic stripes with CF accents thatrun the length of the body, a redesigned front fascia and aluminum hood with a satin-blackcarbon-fiber raised insert.

There’s also a front splitter, and new vertical fog lamps with air intakes to help cool the brakes, while the hood features front-mounted air extractors to cool the ZL1's 580 horsepower 6.2-liter supercharged V8. Just what the doctor ordered, in short, to give the Bowtie muscle-car some added attitude for higher altitude.

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