Details of the 2014 Chevy Camaro, dubbed as the Z/28, are a prominent topic of discussion right now; especially because the expected release date is just around the corner. The ultimate throwback, the Z/28 is packed with strong visual changes from the original '69 Z28 Camaro. This 2014 Chevrolet Camaro is said to have the most significant redesign award in the hearts of Camaro faithfuls.
General Motors' Chevrolet Camaro hit the roads on September 29, 1966 as the ever-iconic pony car. Four more generations followed, each evolving into being more and more of a muscle car. The latest to grace the showrooms is the Chevy Camaro ZL1; a high-performance ride from track to street with its 580-horsepower, 6.2-liter supercharged V8 with 556 lb.-ft. of torque. Interior-wise, the ZL1 features luxurious craftsmanship; an interior so stellar it is almost too luxurious for the road.
Unlike most muscle cars, the Chevy Camaros are easy to accessorize. Leading seat and car cover manufacturers in the automotive industry such as Covercraft has seat protectors to keep the Chevy interior and exterior in top shape. The Covercraft SeatGloves Seat Protectors, for one, provide maximum breathability, insulation, durability, and compression resistance. Its form-fitting stretch fabric has a COOLMAX® moisture-wicking surface that wicks away moisture from the body. Semi-custom made, this seat cover hugs the Chevy Camaro ZL1 perfectly.
Custom-contoured car covers that fit the Camaro's curves like a glove are also available in the market for maximum protection. The Form-Fit car cover is Covercraft's most luxurious indoor car cover with a body-hugging fit due to its Lycra/Spandex® properties. Protective accessories and storage needs from industry leaders are readily available for the Chevy Camaros, except of course for the "coming soon" model, the Camaro Z/28; for which specs and interior dimensions car and seat cover manufacturers are looking out for.
One of the hottest-looking rides of the classic muscle car era, the Z/28 revives the mission of the original Z28 Camaro which was created to compete in the Sports Car Club of America's Trans-Am 2 class, and ultimately to serve as Ford Mustang's biggest competition. Now the new Camaro is back with a revised exterior design, a fully aerodynamics package that creates down force at speed, and an interior made for speed.
300 pounds lighter than the already-awesome ZL1, with spool-valve dampers, the limited slip, the remarkable chassis revisions, and the LS7 engine, the Z/28 holds true as the ultimate track-capable Chevy Camaro.