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Chevrolet Camaro GT4. R, hungry for circuits

Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R

The latest news on everything related to General Motors speak sell Opel to the French manufacturer PSA. However, the world continues to turn, and one of its brands, Chevrolet, is moving ahead with their projects. This is the last known Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R. A car developed and manufactured exclusively for use in circuit.

With this sport the signature American trying to compete in the GT4 racing, where brands like Ford, Mercedes-AMG, BMW, Porsche and McLaren scramble to take first place. The objective of the Chevrolet Camaro GT4. R is clear: kill them all. Said model is officially presented this weekend at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, where you can see two units carried by Blackdog Speed Shop.

Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R

On the basis of the Camaro SS, Chevrolet Camaro GT4. R received an important and striking aerodynamic package to improve its stability in step curve, like a lightening of waste components in circuit and, obviously, a profound change to provide it with a high security in case of accident with cage anti-tip, seats y specific safety belts and a long etcetera.

Its engine is a air intake V8 and 6,200 cc displacement of which is unknown yet his final performance. This is associated with a specific six-speed sequential transmission . To minimize the losses of traction, in addition to the aerodynamic package, it has a limited-slip differential on the rear axle. Brembo and Ohlins are brakes and suspensions equipment providers respectively.

Chevrolet Camaro GT4. R from competition, supposedly, it will debut in the circuit of the Americas in May. Engineers still have much work ahead to adjust it and give it a set-up that allows you to fight for you to your rivals. The excitement is guaranteed and the expectation is maximum.

Source – Motor1

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