Chevrolet 564 Ponies 2011

 It seems that the 426HP Chevrolet Camaro SS wasn't powerful enough for German aftermarketspecialist Geiger Cars that decided to spice up Chevy’s pony car. The result is the Camaro Super Sport HP 564, an upgraded version of the standard car that attracts attention foremost for its flamboyant black and green paint scheme.

The car sports an aero kit comprising of a front spoiler lip, side skirts and a redesigned rear bumper that features a large air diffuser. The huge 22-inch black alloy wheels as well as the black central stripe and the black racing numbers on the doors contrast with the green paint job. On top of the rear fenders, the Geiger Camaro sports a “Supercharged” logo, which hints at how the engineers managed to increase the output of the 6.2-liter V8 engine.
Geiger Cars specialists bolted a supercharger on to the V8 engine while also, optimizing the engine software and adding a Geiger stainless steel sport exhaust system. The result is an output of 564 horsepower, or 138 ponies more than what the standard car has to offer.
Following the upgrade, the V8 powerplant develops 662 Nm (488.2 lb-ft) of torque, an increase of 93Nm and 68.2 lb-ft over the stock engine. This translates into a 0-100 km/h sprint time of 4.2 seconds or 0.7 seconds quicker than the stock car. Maximum speed is also increased to 305 km/h (189.5 mph).
In addition to the engine upgrade, the Geiger Camaro features a KW adjustable sports suspension. Another upgrade regards the high-quality sound system available with the EU navigation software.
The Geiger Cars-prepped Camaro SS HP 564 is priced at €88,000 ($127,400) in Germany.


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