Speed Box Camaro SS


If you are German, and don't feel like waiting until next year for a more powerful Camaro, then consider the Speed Box Camaro SS. Through the use of a supercharger and a BORLA exhaust system, Speed Box got 625 horsepower out of the Camaro's 6.2-liter V8. Speed Box also installed upgraded H&R coilovers and 22-inch Rhino lightweight alloy wheels with steel faceplates that can be easily changed in the event they are damaged.

The SS wears a black paint job with the predictably European matte finish. All of this means that you can have a Camaro that's not only more powerful than the upcoming Z28 but also has a more distinct look. If that sounds good to you, you can have Speed Box perform all of these modifications to your Camaro SS for a little over 19,000 Euros. Of course, this amount of money is just about enough to buy a second Camaro, so there might be a reason to wait for the Z28 after all.

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