This all-season brute isn’t afraid of some snow.
Muscle cars have massive engines in the front, with drive going to the back and a two-door body style. This heavily modified Chevrolet Camaro by Hauk Designs is an all-wheel-drive muscle car that grins at the sight of poor weather. Is this about to become a trend? Under the hood lies the same 6.2-liter V8, but it now packs a Turbonetics turbocharger and features a full Flowmaster exhaust for around 650 hp. Power is sent to a TR6060 “Tranzilla” six-speed manual gearbox. The custom Camaro that's referred to as "Starken" even has parts from various trucks.
To handle the massive amount of power and some light off-roading, the Camaro’s suspension has been upgraded with Bilstein coilover shocks, while it sits on a set of 20-inch TIS Monster wheels. There’s also a full-length skid plate that’s bolted to the Camaro’s underbody if off-roading is something that sounds appealing. Hauk Designs widened the muscle car’s body with fiberglass fender flares and finished the exterior with a brushed steel wrap. This “Starken” Camaro will be revealed in the flesh at SEMA and is currently on sale for an unbelievable $40,000. That’s a steal for a turbocharged, all-wheel-drive Camaro that looks this good.