Do you own a Camaro or are thinking about purchasing one soon? Well, now is your chance to tell Chevrolet what kind of performance parts you want to see and just how fast you want to go with it by taking this short survey. We know it seems odd to have a brand that actually listens, but Chevrolet Performance has established a track record of providing enthusiasts with awesome go-fast parts that are engineered by the very same people who designed the car.
Not only is this an opportunity to tell them what performance parts you want, you could win one of two $500 gift cards in the process! Which is really a win-win if you ask us.
While we were at SEMA, we had a chance to peruse some of the performance parts that Chevrolet Performance is poised to release for the upcoming year, and we were pleased to see that they will be offering components to take your sixth-gen deep into the 10s or handle like it’s on rails.
That’s right, an OE manufacturer, Chevrolet specifically, will sell you everything you need to reliably put down over 600 ponies to the ground. Again, these systems are designed to work in unison by the same people who designed them, ensuring that they will work flawlessly without having to mix and match parts hoping that they’ll work together.
And they don’t just offer parts for the go-straight crowd either. We had a chance to test out some of the upcoming sixth-gen suspension pieces out at the Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch, and we can’t even begin to tell you what a difference they made. Most of the new components are trickle down parts from the coveted 1LE and ZL1 Camaro. Not only did they provide the sixth-gens we drove with vastly improved capabilities, it allowed us to carelessly fling the cars through corners that otherwise would be anxiety inducing with the stock suspension. In fact, the parts were so good we were often caught off guard when we transferred back to the stock suspension cars.
So, if you want to see even more performance parts options from Chevrolet Performance take this quick survey here and tell them what else you’d like to see made available for the car. Who knows, by next year’s SEMA your new parts could be on display.