The Camaro LT and LS versions of the 2023 model year will, just like the Camaro, come standardly equipped with turbocharged inline-4 engines that are capable of producing 275 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. Those who want the greatest power out of their Camaro have the option of purchasing an LT1 or SS model, both of which come equipped with a 6.2-liter V8 engine under the hood. The 3.6-liter LGX V6 engine with a rating of 335 horsepower and 284 pound-feet will continue to serve as the base powertrain for the Camaro once the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder LTG option is discontinued in either a rolling upgrade for the model year 2023 or in 2024.
Other engine choices for the 2023 model year include a naturally aspirated 7.0-liter 427 V8 of 7.0 litres and a Supercharged 5.7-liter 350 V8 of 5.7 litres. These two engines are capable of producing 470 and 580 horsepower, respectively. The huge 10.35-liter engine was inserted into the engine bay of the 2023 Chevrolet Camaro COPO by Chevrolet, making this model the most powerful offering from the American manufacturer. A second mid-engine sports vehicle will be added to Chevrolet’s range in the form of the 2023 Camaro, which will feature a configuration quite similar to that of the legendary C8 Corvette.
Instead, it will be produced by Chevrolet, who made the announcement today that the 2023 Chevrolet Camaro will utilise a mid-engine layout. On the ZL1, it is not entirely clear whether Brembo carbon-ceramic brake rotors will be available as part of a standard package, just like they are on the 1LE, or whether they will be available as an aftermarket piece. Whatever the case may be, any and all of Cadillac’s performance parts for the CT5-V Blackwing would work just well on a Camaro ZL1, and it would be sensible to introduce them for the 2023 model year.