Of Course the Camaro Z/28 Can Fly

/ Comments

It has "flying car" logic, after all.

Looking for one of the ultimate track weapons on the market today? The Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 clearly fits the bill. It's already abundantly clear just how well the Z/28 handles when going through the twists and turns, but now GM is letting us in one of its little secrets: the Z/28 has a feature called "flying car" logic thanks to its Performance Traction Management system. Sounds kind of cheesy at first, but in reality it's an extremely sophisticated feature.

It's designed for "faster lap times on an undulating race track," such as the Nurburgring. Basically, the system allows for the car to maintain power and momentum once it loses contact with pavement.

We Drove The Land Rover Defender From James Bond's 'No Time To Die'
We Drove The Land Rover Defender From James Bond's 'No Time To Die'
Origins Of Car Badges And Logos
Origins Of Car Badges And Logos

Join The Discussion

Gallery

1
Photos