The first of the Redline Series of Camaros is about to be launched by the tuning company Hurst, and they are doing so in collaboration with the tire manufacturer BFGoodrich.
Enthusiasts who are impatient enough to wait for the V-8 option of the Camaro Z28 would find this package a very apt option to go for. The tuning package has been set for launch to coincide with 40 years of BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. The Camaro modification includes the 18 inch bespoke Hurst T1 wheels and this gives a unique or distinct look to the car. There is also the feature of Air-Speed rear deck and graphics which adds to the unique outlook of the car.
The height of the car is lowered and this gives improved handling which has been achieved by adding the Hurst/Detroit Speed coil-overs and sway bars. Custom Katzkin leather replaces the original factory hides for the interior. Also added to its features is the “Pistol Grip” shifter which is of red iodized Hard-Drive. There is a 50 percent increase in rear wheel horsepower and additional torque achieved due to the remote-mounted turbocharger as per Hurst.
The Camaro therefore turns into a 360 rear wheel hp with the stock 3.6 liter V6 liter developing 312 hp. There is also an improvement of 30 percent in fuel economy when this feature is compared to the original Camaro SS which is a 6.2 liter V8. There would be a production of just 50 units of this car per year and the price would be in -$50,000 range. This price would change depending on options that one takes for the car. No doubt the insurance will be quite steep for this kind of power, Natwest car insurance might be the best option for this particular Camaro. From Hurst, there is also the offer of a boost pressure and turbocharger temperature indicators modification being included.