Brand New 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 For Sale At $50K

When it was launched at the 2013 New York International Auto Show, the Camaro Z/28 was hailed as a track-focused sports coupe that also happens to be street legal.

Its spec sheet sure is impressive. The Corvette-sourced 7.0-liter V8 pushed out 505 HP and 470 lb-ft (637 Nm) of torque, but, most importantly, Chevrolet had fitted it with carbon ceramic brakes, super sticky Pirelli P-Zero Trofeo R tires, stiffer suspension, a close-ratio six-speed manual gearbox… the list of changes is long and also comprises of weight-saving measures, like thinner glass or a new, lighter battery.

It’s safe to assume that all 500 of the initial 2014 batch were lapped up pretty quickly, despite the $75,000 sticker price. Yet, there is currently one 2014MY example that’s showing just 336 miles on its odo and it’s up for sale at Naples Auto Collection in Florida.

According to the vendor, this car was used by GM as a display vehicle and was never shipped to a dealer, hence its practically brand-new condition. Now, there might be a new Camaro out there and 50 grand can get you some pretty good new metal, but this Z/28 sure is tempting at a $25k discount, isn’t it?

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  • Mind Synthetic

    50k and reflector headlights? even a corolla has led projectors by now

    • T_Cake

      Can those led’s make the Corolla corner at 1.08g? 🙂

      • Mind Synthetic

        that’s not the point, the point is you are paying premium for a stick with a v8 moutur like you americans say

        • Julien Lachemoi

          No, you pay for a sport car and while it’s true for that kind of money you can afford premium, that comparison is not particularly relevant.

        • T_Cake

          You’ll pay $185,000 for a Porsche 911 R with no radio or a/c. The goal is the same with both vehicles – stripped down performance.

          • Auf Wiedersehen

            If you can find a 911R for $185k you better buy it! And that my friend not a good comparison. GM has had nothing that compares…ever.

        • NMA

          Well this is the track focused Camaro so they stripped away a bunch to save weight. You could get a 2014 with HIDs. The Z28 had A/C and radio as options. This is basically a track day car only, not something you would want to daily drive. So you really don’t need projector headlights.

    • TheBelltower

      And a key that goes into a keyhole. $50k, and I’m supposed to live like a caveman!?

      • Auf Wiedersehen


    • Klaus

      I think you are not the kind of people for whom this car is made for.
      Reflector Headlights are lighter than HID/LED Headlights, that’s the point.

    • dumblikeyou2

      Projector beams are installed for pinheads like yourself to feel like their bagadicks Corolla isn’t the hot pile of shit it truly is underneath.

  • Tumbi Mtika

    This is enticing…

  • Auf Wiedersehen

    $50k for a GM tin can? No thanks! I’m sure the trunk shuts about like my MIL 2008 Impala. I could think of a LOT of better ways to spend 50k.

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