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Forget Maids A-Milking: Six New Camaro ZL1 Videos

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On: Mon, Dec 26, 2011 at 11:45AM | By: Chris Weiss


Forget Maids A-Milking: Six New Camaro ZL1 Videos

As we close out a very eventful year in the automotive industry, the Camaro ZL1 may no longer be the newest muscle top dog on the block (that's the 2013 Ford GT500), but it's still one of the coolest sports car debuts of 2011. And we still can't get enough of it. As a little Christmas present to us and you, the Camaro5 forums have industriously uncovered six new videos of the icon-in-the-making. And the blogosphere has spread the holiday cheer by singing out their praises.

I can't think of a better way to waste those last dwindling hours leading up to the holidays than playing back to back to back to...you get the idea..ZL1 videos. The videos range from track footage to exterior walkarounds to interior close-ups, with some featuring the hard-top and some featuring the newer convertible. It's everything a good car lover would put on his Christmas list.

In case you forgot, the 2012 Camaro ZL1, which debuted at the Chicago Motor Show last winter, is the new Camaro flagship. It features a supercharged 6.2-liter LSA V-8 engine that puts out 580-hp and 556 lb.-ft. of torque. It hits 60 mph in 3.9 seconds and tops out at 184 mph. The ZL1 starts at $54,995.

At last month's LA Auto Show, Chevy debuted the 2013 ZL1 Convertible, which brings all the same muscle into a retractable soft-top package.

We're guessing you didn't come here to read a long list of rehashed details, so we'll just shut the heck up and put up the video. All six videos below.










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Stephy21 | 2:09PM (Mon, Dec 26, 2011)

WOW! Great videos cant wait to this car, i really like the convertible one very nice.



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