“I’m not missing my Corvette Z06 at all, and I am definitely loving my sizzling new 2020 Camaro ZL1 1LE.”
General Motors Camaro is now in its sixth generation. First built in 1967 to compete with Ford Mustang, the 2020 ZL1 1LE is the ultimate Camaro.
So why would a lifelong Corvette car enthusiast consider the purchase of a 2020 Camaro ZL1 1LE? First of all, it looks incredible with its carbon fibre rear wing and aggressive front fascia including dive planes for added downforce.
Add to that the Corvette Z06 sourced LT4 supercharged engine, built in the Bowling Green, Kentucky Corvette assembly plant, delivering 650 hp and 650 ft. lbs. of torque. Who wouldn’t have interest in this awesome pony car from General Motors?
This very limited production vehicle is a superb track day car for the auto enthusiast as well as performing as a daily driver for you and family. (Just don’t expect anyone older than 8 years of age to fit into the back seats-there is literally NO leg room back there). Albeit, not the most practical family vehicle, it does get the job done in a high performance way and most will agree is exactly what you are looking for in a powerful pony car.
If you are a performance orientated type person the small back seat in the Camaro and perceived poor side and rearward vision complaints will not upset you at all. Overall, the Corvette does not offer any better visibility than the Camaro.
To read the entire story, including Spencer Magazine’s full issue: