Chevrolet Camaro Gets Tuned by Wimmer RS and Audiovox

by SpeedLux

The Chevrolet Camaro got tuned up by the well known tuners, Wimmer RS and Pulheim based AUDIOVOX.

The Camaro now looks bold and aggressive, the one-off model has a two-tone exterior with a ground effects package and 22-inch Oxigin wheels wrapped in Yokohama Advan Sport tires. The cabin has been decked up by Wimmer for leather / Alcantara seats and an Audiovox infotainment system, also it has been equipped with a 4400 watt Magnat audio system that has digital amplifiers and two 30cm subwoofers.

Under the hood it houses the 6.2-liter V8 engine which got outfitted with a revised ECU, an optimized air intake and a stainless steel sports exhaust system, well a special thanks to all of these tweaks, because now the engine produces, 451 HP (332 kW) and 596 Nm (439 lb-ft) of torque which enables the car to hit a top speed of 274 km/h (170 mph).

Take a close look at the pictures and stay tuned on for more updates.

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