From robots in disguise to the revival of a classic marquee, Chevy's building excitement around its sportiest models at SEMA 2013.
Even though the country roads of the U.K. aren't the Camaro's natural habitat, we still tried to take it for an American-style road trip.
It's big, brash and full of muscle, but the Chevrolet Camaro isn't very good. But we still love it.
Bringing a muscle car to Britain is a square peg/round hole affair. We'd love it to work, but it really doesn't.
Not much for cabin tech or fuel economy, the 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is more show car and weekend racer than everyday driver.
You never know what sort of custom cars you'll see at the SEMA Show. From lightly modified Corvettes to insane 1,000-horsepower Hyundais, we've got the highlights right here.
With its ultraretro style, the Camaro became an instant hit. Now, the Camaro ZL1 marks a new level of performance for the sport coupe, making it a true muscle car.
The brawniest, meanest, most gas-guzzling Camaro ever made.
A massive LED TV hides in the ground in your backyard if you're wealthy enough to buy Neiman Marcus' high-end entertainment system.
The ZL1 is a beast, with a more raw edge than the Shelby GT500. Cooley takes it on the road and on the track to find out if a low tech hot road still has a place in this world - and, really, to savor that exhaust note!