The top-tier Camaro attempts to steal the spotlight in New York.
It was just last week that Chevy revealed the all-new Camaro ZL1. The top-tier Camaro makes 640 horsepower and 640 lb-ft of torque courtesy of a supercharged 6.2-liter V8. Chevy has brought the ZL1 to the 2016 New York Auto Show and we must say the car looks simply stunning in the metal. Its aero mods all look tasteful and even a bit restrained. There's no stupidly large rear wing or massive front splitter. This is a good thing as it means no one will think you're having a mid-life crisis when they see you in the ZL1.
While Chevy's press images of the ZL1 were stunning we have to say the flow-tie grille just looks better live…as does the car itself. Now a lot of quick cars have descended upon the Big Apple, most notably the new Nissan GT-R and the less than mellow yellow Audi R8 Spyder V10. While both of those cars will likely be the stars of the show we wouldn't be surprised if the ZL1 stole some (or a lot) of the spotlight. We expect Chevy to release some performance information on the Camaro ZL1 (top speed, quarter-mile time, etc...) as the show goes on. For now just sit back and ogle these live shots from the New York show floor.