Breaking NEWS: Callaway Z/28 Camaro and LT1-based SC627 CorvetteCallaway takes the best Camaro and one of the best Corvettes and makes them even better!
Callaway has worked it's magic withe two of the greatest muscle sports cars on earth: the Camaro Z/28 and C7 Corvette.
These sports cars are already American classics, and Callaway has made them even better by concentrating on the powertrains, with superior suspension from the factory, Callaway decided to supercharge power to both cars.
The current Camaro lineup ranges from the V-6 powered LS Couple, boasting 323 horsepower to the burly 426-hp Camaro SS, from there you jump to the 580-hp ZL1, then there's the track ready Z/28 with 505 hp. This is the best Camaro lineup in history, but it's not enough for the Callaway team. Callaway starts with the Camaro Z/28 and builds from there into is SC652. Click here
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Now onto the Corvette, the Callaway Corvette SC627 starts at under $80,000. That's 627 horsepower ladies and gentleman. Although this is fewer horsepower than the Callaway Camaro Z/28 SC652, you get way more power than the base Corvette which makes 455 hp. While this car offers a bit less horespower than it's Camaro cousin, this Corvette offers piles of performance but is also a bit more of a daily driver.
The meat of the Callaway Corvette is the Callaway designed supercharger. It starts with the same Eaton 2300cc TVS rotor pack but it's upside down in this application, taking in air from the front, up through the compressing force of the rotors and then blowing it straight into a big intercooler on top. Cooler temps mean more horsepower! Click here
to read more about the Callaway Corvette.Breaking News: 2015 Callaway Corvette Pricing
immediately, for the new model-year, Callaway MSRP for the 2015 Callaway
Corvette is $17,995 MSRP!