GM has been making performance cars since 1953 when the first Corvette came out followed sometime after in 1967 by the Camaro. These two legends have been proving themselves on the street and the track for over 50 years and they are still here today better than ever.
The 2020 C8 Corvette was one of the most eagerly awaited sports cars over the past few years. The new mid-engine design has allowed Chevrolet to take the Corvette to the next level of performance that you just can't match with a front-engine layout.
Powered by a 6.2 Litre V8 producing 490 HP and 470 LB/FT of Torque the new C8 will take you from 0-60 in just 3.0 seconds! The optional Z51 package adds 5 HP and 5 LB/FT of torque due to an Active Exhaust which shaves 0.1 seconds off of the 0-60 time. The Z51 package also adds, Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires, Higher Suspension Spring Rates, a front Splitter and Rear Spoiler, improved cooling with the addition of a third Radiator and a Transmission Cooler, Larger Brakes, Electronic Limited-Slip Differential, Dual-Mode Performance Exhaust, and finally, on top of the Z51 package is the available FE4 Magnetic Ride Selective Damper System that can provide the utmost comfort or the flattest cornering you can imagine, all with a turn of the Drive Mode Selector.
The 2020 Camaro ZL1 is one of the most menacing cars on the road. You will be heart pressed to find another car on the road with a bigger presence than the ZL1. Powered by the same Supercharged V8 found in the outgoing Corvette Z06, the ZL1 produces 650 HP and 650 LB/FT of Torque. This propels the Camaro from 0-60 in just 3.5 seconds and a top speed just shy of 200 mph. The ZL1 includes plenty of standard performance features including, Recaro Seats, Large Brembo Brakes, Electronic Limited-Slip Differential, Magnetic Ride Control, Launch Control and much more!