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Much like the Daft Punk song, the Camaro ZL1 is harder, better, faster and stronger than any other sixth-generation Camaro.
Power comes from a 6.2-liter, supercharged eight-cylinder engine. Output is pegged at 640 horsepower, with no mention of torque at this time.
Standard tech includes adjustable driving modes, a dual-mode exhaust, and an electronic limited-slip differential.
It's track-ready out of the box, packing 11 heat exchangers to keep the operating temperature nice and low during extended track driving.
Many of the car's exterior bits are engineered to manage airflow, including the hollowed-out "Flowtie" badge up front.
The ZL1 comes with exclusive 20-inch wheels and gargantuan Brembo brakes. The rotors measure 15.35 inches up front.
The ZL1's interior features a suede-trimmed, flat-bottomed steering wheel.
Performance Data Recorder, which can film your on-road antics with graphical overlays including speed, position and g-forces, is also standard on ZL1.
Recaro sport front seats are also standard.
Naturally, the standard transmission is a six-speed manual. This one's got automatic rev-matching on downshifts, in case you can't heel-toe.
If you're not a fan of swapping cogs yourself, there's also a 10-speed automatic transmission on offer. Yes, that's a lot of gears.