Chevrolet and Pratt & Miller have begun offering Camaro GT4.R race cars to customers to campaign beginning with the 2018 season. The Chevy Camaro racer will cost $259,000.
With road racing partners Pratt & Miller, Chevy is now offering the Camaro GT4.R race car to customers.
Power comes from a dry-sump lubricated 6.2-liter V8 that makes up to 480 horsepower.
All aerodynamic improvements were designed to conform with global GT4 race series rules.
To help shave weight, the front fascia and doors are made from carbon fiber.
A Xtrac six-speed sequential transmission is bolted to the race-prepped V8 engine.
The suspension features two-way adjustable Ohlin dampers.
For improved braking, six-piston Brembo brake calipers are installed up front. The rear Brembo brake calipers are shared with the Camaro ZL1 street car.
The 6.2-liter heart of the Camaro GT4.R race car.
Inside, the GT4.R is all business with a motorsports steering wheel.
Steering wheel control knobs let drivers adjustable the behavior of the car's brake and traction control systems.
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