Not able to sit back and let Ford have all the pony car fun, Chevy released the Camaro in 1967 as a direct competitor. Their sister Pontiac division also let the Firebird loose for a double whammy. While the Firebird has sadly bowed out, the Camaro continues to be on sale, duking it out with the Mustang every year. This 2011 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS is an excellent example of the fifth-generation Camaro, which was popularized by its presence in the Transformers film franchise. That's not all; with just under 17,000 miles on the odometer and plenty of enhancements, it's truly a one-of-a-kind Camaro ready for a new owner.
This 2011 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS wears a searing paint job called Synergy Green Metallic (reportedly 1 of 255 produced for model year) and blacj over the top racing stripes gracing over the hood. Adding to the distinctiveness, its RS Package polished aluminum wheels are 20x8 at the front and 20x9 at the rear. Of course, they wear Pirelli PZero tires measuring 245/40 at the front and 275/40 at the rear. This becomes important when we venture into the next section and learn about the significant power and torque upgrades bestowed upon this car. There's a set of high-intensity halo ring headlamps and RS-style smoked taillamps to cap off our tour of this car's exterior highlights. Inside, there's a comfortable yet sporty cabin decked out in black. The driver will find a multifunction leather-wrapped steering wheel replete with audio and cruise controls, a Hurst short-throw gear shifter, and a heads-up display waiting for them. Additionally, the front seats are power-adjustable that offer heating and rear bench seat that can take two average-sized adults. The cabin is protected by driver and front passenger dual-stage airbags, plus curtain side airbags for the front and rear. There's air conditioning, a Boston Acoustics premium 9-speaker audio system, Navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, SiriusXM compatibility and ONSTAR crash detection.
This 2011 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS sports a 6.2L LS3 V8 that's been comprehensively massaged to produce big power. How big, you ask? How do 528hp and 488lb-ft at the wheels grab you? It's estimated via Dynojet that the crank output is 579hp. All this is achieved thanks to a Whipple supercharger with MSD-2351 boost, new TR6 plugs, Taylor 409 Pro wires, and a 409S Flowmaster stainless steel exhaust system replete with chrome tips. Then, there's a line lock for all the burnouts you desire, a six-speed manual transmission, and a limited-slip differential. Braking consists of disc brakes on all four wheels with Brembo pads. Driver post fuel pressure and boost gauges help monitor the increased performance when driving this beast near its limits.
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