Chevrolet officially announced today that the 2014 Camaro Z/28 will cost $75,000. That's $24,000 more than the base Corvette, about $51,000 more than the base Camaro and $20,000 more than the Camaro ZL1.
Worth it? Well its 7:37.47 lap time at the Nurburgring was ahead of the Porsche 911, Carrera S, and the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640, so yeah, we'd say it's worth it. The impressive run comes from a 300lb weight reduction, improved chassis, gigantic brakes and its 427 LS7 dry-sump, 7.0L V8 that is estimated at 500 horses and 470 lb.-ft. of torque.
That price, however, doesn't get you air conditioning or a stereo. That'll cost you an extra $1,150.