Lingenfelter Camaro Z/28 Pumps Out 657 Horsepower
The unaltered 2014 Chevy Camaro Z/28 already packs a powerful punch. The muscle car lays down 505 horsepower from its 7.0-liter LS7, but more is always better, right? That’s where Lingenfelter comes in. The Lingenfelter Camaro Z/28 ups the pony car’s horsepower from 505 to 657, thanks to a generous Edelbrock E-Force TVS2300 intercooled supercharger system.
The Lingenfelter Camaro Z/28 also boasts a black powder coated finish, a Lingenfelter CNC engraved logo, properly size fuel injectors, and a Lingenfelter 160 thermostat. According to the experts at Lingenfelter, the supercharged Camaro Z/28 delivers excellent drivability and unaffected highway mileage.
Getting the Lingenfelter treatment will set you back $10,995, plus the cost of the Camaro Z/28. But when you’re already shelling out so much on the Z/28 to begin with ($75,000), you probably won’t have a problem digging a little bit deeper for the extra $10K.
Will you be coughing up $85+ grand for the Lingenfelter Camaro Z/28, or is a $12,170 Chevy Spark more in your price range?