With 780 hp, the Camaro ZL1 can reach a top speed of 210 mph.
Munich-based US car tuner Geiger Cars has revealed its latest project: a Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 boosted to 780 hp and 725 lb-ft of torque packing a host of aftermarket parts. Those additional 191 horses are a result of fitting a larger intercooler to the supercharged 6.2-liter V8 as well as optimized cylinder heads, new pistons, upgraded camshafts and a new crankshaft. The Camaro LS9 can now sprint from 0-62 mph in 3.7 seconds, hit a top speed of 210 mph and run the quarter mile in 11.9 seconds.
Geiger has also given the Camaro an exclusive design befitting of a high-performance machine including new paint work, revised grille, restyled front fender flares, Goysar forged alloys staggered 19/20 inches front/rear, and a sports exhaust providing a brutal sound. The Camaro LS9 also boasts an adjustable KW race suspension, racing stabilizers and stiffened rear axle. Geiger Cars prices its conversion at 138,090 Euros, which if you add the ZL1's base price of 68,000 Euros equates to a 189,000-Euro ($258,000) Camaro.