This sinister 1969 Chevy Camaro will surely steal your soul

    It looks like a mad Hot Wheels car

    3d ago


    Bo Zolland Design is a Swedish design company who have re-imagined the 1969 Chevy Camaro as a sinister track car and we can't stop drooling.

    Zolland have given the Camaro GT3 racecar-like styling and blessed it with a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 LT5 engine which produces 865 horsepower.

    Based on the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 C7 chassis, this track-car has got a seven-speed manual gearbox and has got a full roll cage installed in it.

    Front splitter, massive wheel arches, rear diffuser, a monstrous rear wing and the mad exhaust pipes add to the aggressive look of the car.

    This Camaro has been made by Zolland on the request of a special client who will race it in numerous racing series and will use it as a track-car. The car isn't finished right now and we only have design renderings for now.

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