The 2013 COPO Camaro is a modified version of the Chevy Camaro, which is only intended for track racing. In fact, it cannot be registered at all for street driving. This year’s model starts at $86,000, a lower price than the 2012 model.
While the 2012 COPO Camaro came with supercharged engine options, Chevy decided to steer clear of these in favor of only naturally-aspirating V8 powertrains. The new engine options this year are two V8s capable of producing 325 hp and 375 hp. There’s also a more powerful option capable of a 425 hp output; this engine returns from last year.
Drivers have the option of purchasing each engine to help them prepare for different types of track racing. These engines will all be marked with the same serial number, matching the vehicle. COPO owners also have the chance to help Chevy build the engine in their car at the plant in Wixom, MI, if they so choose.
For the 2012 model, there were over 3000 individuals interested in purchasing the vehicle. Again this year, only a limited number of vehicles will be released. In order to make things fair, people are randomly chosen from an online lottery and chosen by a neutral company.
While the chances of getting one of these models are quite slim, Chevy of Homewood does have the 2013 Chevrolet Camaro in stock now. The vehicle is available as either a coupe or convertible, both of which feature a classic muscle car design.
The dealership is located at 18033 South Halsted Street in Homewood, Illinois. They carry the latest Chevy models, including the Camaro. Contact Chevy of Homewood to learn more about the 2013 COPO Camaro, and the rest of their normal inventory.