- Image courtesy of Yenko/SC

The 2020 Yenko/SC Stage II Camaro is insane

Ferraris and Lamborghinis will cower in fear

1y ago

Yenko Supercars are back at it again. Together with Specialty Vehicle Engineering, they announced the 2020 Yenko/SC Stage II Camaro pushing 1,000 HP and 875 lb-ft of torque backed by a manual transmission.

The Stage II is based off the SS Camaro with the 1LE package. For comparison purposes, the regular SS 1LE pushes a measly-by-comparison 455 horsepower. The Stage II features forged 4340 steel crankshaft and H-beam rods, forged aluminum pistons, CNC ported high-flow LT4 cylinder heads, upgraded fuel system and injectors and a plethora of other improvements to make sure that any Italian supercar that tries to race you will lose.

Image courtesy of Yenko/SC

Image courtesy of Yenko/SC

Exterior upgrades include a variety of muscle car-inspired color schemes along with a body color painted carbon fiber hood, a 1000HP hood cowl, 5-Spoke wheels and sYc and Yenko/SC racing stripes for that extra sticker-made HP.

The lucky tires that get to be tortured by this monstrous engine are a pair of Michelin PS4S performance tires with more meat in the back (front 295/30 ZR20, rear 305/30 ZR20). The cherry on top of the race car sundae are a number of Yenko badges in various places around the car so that anyone who sees it knows it's something special. Yenko/SC will only make 50 of these and they're sure to go fast, both literally and otherwise.

If you want to fall in love as well, check out the full spec sheet on the Specialty Vehicle Engineering website. You know you want to.

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Comments (31)

  • The first company to in the 60's "Guarantee your car will run 11's In the quarter mile or your money back !! 😂😂

      1 year ago
  • Gimme gimme gimme 😩

      1 year ago
  • What happens when it needs to go around a corner? Lol

      1 year ago
  • How much does it weigh? Also, is that 1000 at the crank, or at the wheels? Thanks!

      1 year ago
    • Not sure. The brochure doesn't mention either of those

        1 year ago
    • My first guess is that the HP is at the crank. My second guess is a little under 4000 lbs. Those are some pretty good statistics - 750 WHP is no joke! I saw an 632 WHP car recently (Devious Stang - I did a video), and that car pretty much leaps off the...

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        1 year ago
  • But it has that face 🤦🏻‍♂️😓

      1 year ago