Friday, May 13, 2016

They Were Testing The New Prototype Camaro Z-28

Until they hit a guard rail.
Skip to 1:48 for that.


It's not a bad looking rig but I'm not overly impressed with the looks of it.
The new fad of all these cars having this huge phony assed off color grille in them just doesn't work for me and that spoiler could use some serious help.
I would like to think the thing hauls ass though if they seriously want to live up to the name.

6 comments:

  1. Yeah, the new Camaro is nice until you go sit in one.

    It's like going into a cave lined with plastic.

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  2. Ugly ass bloated POS...at Nurburgring? Heresy. I'm sure it's fast and it handles, but give me a 1967-1969 any day. I'm old.

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  3. Back when I raced in SCCA, in the early 70's, I was always told if you run off the track and hit the guardrail on the inside of the curve you weren't going fast enough.

    My old '92 corvette handles much better than that thing. Then again maybe it's the crappy street tires they're running.

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  4. That is one ugly assed paint job !

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  5. That is one ugly assed paint job !

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  6. Looks like they didn't have ABS brakes working and idiot drivers today don't know how to brake without the ABS system pumpin' away. Oooh, a hummingbird just sat on the fuchsia outside my window! Gotta go.

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