AFVTech’s Ford Street-Rod is almost too good to be true: it combines a 600 hp Chevy LS7 7.0L V8, a low-emission compressed natural gas setup, and a head-turning chopped top.
GM pitches its hat into the GT2 ring with the 2010 GT2 Corvette C6.R: it sports ZR1 fenders, Z06/ZR1 aluminum chassis, steel brake rotors, and a new 5.5L V8 for the 2010 season.
Its sacrilege to some, but the SV 9 Competizione brings a bit of euro-flair to American muscle car design; it’s a reskinned C6 Corvette with plenty of carbon fiber and a 0-60 of 4s.
Hennessey throws one heckuva bone to track-hungry ZR1 owners with the 2010 Z700, upping power from 638 to 705 hp, dropping 60 lbs of weight and adding 300 lbs of downforce.
This Bumblebee Edition Chevy Camaro won’t turn into your personal robot, but sports black racing stripes, rally yellow paint and Transformers badging on the wheels and inside.
Artisan and Turbochargers.com’s 2010 Camaro SS SA-600 adds twin GTK350 turbochargers, a front-mounted intercooler, new exhaust system and remapped ECU, good for 600hp.
Clearly designed to polarize, the Mantide supercar has been revealed on Episode VIII of Stile Bertone’s Project M; whether you love it or hate it, it’s based on a Corvette ZR-1.
One horse short of a grand, the USD Mallett Z03 is a 999hp beast wrapped in Italian-flavore, Uger Sahin Design sheet metal and a Mallett Cars-massaged twin-turbo V8 Z03.
It’s not as powerful as the HPE700, but Hennessey’s HPE550 Camaro keeps the aggressive styling of its big bro while upping output to 562 hp and 556 lb-ft torque, with a 0-60 of 3.9s.
Opel’s Ampera is one heckuva sexy plug-in hybrid with a 300+ mile range; its switchback-shaped headlights send daggers straight to the now pedestrian-looking Chevy Volt’s heart.
In celebration of the C6.R’s success, Chevy will be releasing a special edition Corvette GT1 in C6.R yellow with a “Jake” graphic, chrome wheels and a carbon pattern engine cover.
Two promos in one at the Chicago Auto Show for GM with their Corvette Stingray concept, which will serve as Sideswipe in Transformers 2; too bad it won’t ever see production.
The 2010 Chevy Camaro goes from musclecar to supercar with Hennessey’s HPE700; they drop in a Corvette’s supercharged LS9 V8 to crank out 705hp and 717 lb-ft. torque.
Economic troubles aside, the second-gen 2010 Chevy Equinox is looking pretty good; Sitting on the Theta platform, choose between a 21/30 mpg Ecotec 4-cylinder or a 3.0L V6.
If the $260k pricetag on Chevy’s C6RS Corvette gives your wallet hurtin’, Ridemakerz’ 1/14th scale models are a bit more affordable, with both remote-controlled and free-wheel chassis.
Going retro has been hit-or-miss for recent muscle cars, but this concept C3R Corvette Stingray is undeniably sexy: it sports hideaway head lights and aggressive front fender peaks.
It doesn’t get much better than this for car enthusiasts: watch this drag race between a Chevy ZR1, Ferrari 599, Nissan GT-R and a Porsche GT2. Hint: the Axis powers lose.
Chevy is bringing a quartet of custom Camaros to SEMA; these rides range from nostalgic (the 60s inspired LS7) to the environmentally friendly (the E85 sipping Dale Earnhardt Jr.).
Above are official pics of the 2011 Chevy Volt, minus those sexy execs. Other news: it takes eight hours to charge on a 120V socket and gets 273 ft-lb of torque at zero RPM.
Chevrolet has released a new batch of gorgeous, high-res pics of its upcoming 2010 Camaro SS. The muscle car begins production next spring; you can place orders next month.
Photos for the 2011 Chevy Volt have leaked, along with not-so-sexy GM execs draped over its hood. It’s a bit curvier than we expected, but we’ll take any plug-in hybrids we can get.
GM has a slew of official pics for the upcoming 2011 Chevy Cruze, which will replace the Cobalt. The compact car will debut in Europe first, which is ironic since it’ll be made in Ohio.
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