This article discusses the 2022 Copo Camaro, which is a stripped-down quarter-mile-ready Camaro. It has a 572 cubic inch big-block engine that can do the quarter mile in under 9 seconds. – The Chevrolet COPO Camaro is a factory-built drag car powered by a 4.0-liter Whipple Supercharger and 5.3-liter V8 engine. It is capable of speeds over 200 mph, and was recently seen in a video running an 8.88 second quarter mile pass at the GM Performance Parts event in Michigan. The 327 cu in block engine is the same as the one used in the COPO Camaro, and it has been modified with a 4.0l Supercharger to deliver more power than ever before.
The engine architecture, known as the Chevy Big Block, has been improved with a 10.35-liter engine that is capable of producing nearly 1,000 horsepower. The COPO Camaro has always been one of the most powerful offerings from Chevrolet Performance and this year’s model is no exception. With its upgraded monster engine, the COPO Camaro can finish a quarter mile sprint in less than nine seconds at over 200 mph. It replaces the 572 big block which was used in previous years and provides an impressive output of over 700 horsepower. The 2022 model year COPO Camaro customers will also get to enjoy a new version of the monstrous big block engine; it will replace the 7.4L V8 engine and offer even more power than before.
The new engine will be capable of producing an impressive 1000 horsepower. The COPO Camaro is a quarter mile ready car that is designed specifically for drag racing. It is available in both regular and COPO models, but the COPO version offers more power and performance. Chevy has produced approximately 20 different Chevrolet models over the last 50 years and the COPO Camaro is one of them. It was first revealed as a concept at the 2011 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction and became available for sale shortly afterwards. To make it even more competitive in drag racing, Chevy fitted it with a set of drag slicks and tested it at various tracks around the country before releasing it to customers.
The new Copo Camaros are powered by a 6.2-liter small block V8, with a 5.7-liter supercharged engine making 580 horsepower. The Camaro SS, with its 6.2-liter big block V8, makes up to 650 horsepower and can reach the quarter mile in less than 12 seconds. With the new race cars, Chevy also explored its quarter mile capability and created a production based model that can make it down the quarter in around 11 seconds. This is possible due to Chevrolet’s race development concept parts that come with the Gen Six Camaro SS and other production models fitted with the 6.2-liter big block V8 engine. These concept parts include larger wheels, tires, drag slicks, and exhaust systems that help increase top speed and reduce ET (elapsed time) in a quarter mile run. With all of these features combined, the new Copo Camaros can make it down the track in around 10 seconds flat at over 130 mph!