Last week, in a leaked document, we found out that the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 will have Corvette levels of power from its 6.2-liter V8. Now, we know how much you’ll pay.
For the coupe, you’re looking at $62,135 — the convertible will set you back another $7,000. Not bad, considering it’s only a few thousand dollars more than Ford’s latest Shelby GT350 and right in line with Dodge’s Hellcats.
The $60K price tag for a Camaro might seem hefty, seeing as how the fifth-gen Camaro ZL1 started just over $50K, but considering the bump in performance over the 2015 models — you won’t miss the extra money. The upcoming Camaro ZL1 will do 0-60 in a scant 3.5 seconds, and will be the first production vehicle rocking the GM and Ford designed 10-speed automatic.
Chevy also released pricing on the new 1LE package for its V6- and V8-equipped muscle cars. In V6 trim, the 1LE package will tack $4,500 onto your invoice. The SS will set you back slightly more, at $6,500, but will net you the ZL1 Camaro’s trick electronic limited slip differential and magnetic ride control.