Chevrolet has released this week new information about the COPO Camaro (model year 2013). They will make only 69 units of this special model and each will have a starting price of $86,000. The car will be sold with a new gearbox as well as two new engines. The base model is powered by a 350 cubic-inch engine which is rated at 325 hp (242 kW).
The mid-range version packs a punchier 396 cubic-inch with 375 hp (279 kW), while the flagship variant is motivated by a 427 cubic-inch churning no less than 425 hp (317 kW).
All three engines benefit from a high-feature fuel-injection system, while taking care of the engine management is a brand new Holley HP EFI electronic control unit (ECU). Chevrolet has also mentioned that the rear axle gearing is going to be optimized for each and every one of the 69 cars that will be made for the 2013 model year.
There are some other changes worth mentioning such as the different carpeting, switch panel, front springs, “heritage” front grille, racing wiring harness, transmission cooler integrated with the radiator, plus non-HID headlamps. Customers can get it with one of the five colors available, along with graphic options with engine-size call-outs.