What does Camaro mean in Spanish?

What does Camaro mean in Spanish?

In Spanish, Camaro mean little friend. Camaro is French in origin, meaning companion. The Chevrolet Camaro was designed to compete with the Ford Mustang.

Why do they call it a Camaro?

The name Camaro was reportedly derived from Heath’s French and English Dictionary as a term that translated to “friend” or “comrade.” Reporters were told by GM product managers that the term also meant “a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs.” And the stage for the rivalry was set.

How many horsepower does a Camaro Z / 28 have?

Born to homologate the Camaro for Trans Am series racing, the Z/28 option got you all the go-fast goodies for the track in a street car. Chevrolet’s 302-cubic-inch V-8 (stuffed only in the Z/28) was a high-revving beast and likely very much underrated at 290 horsepower.

What was the second generation Chevy Camaro engine?

The 1981 model was nearly unchanged from 1980 and would be the last model year for the second-generation Camaro. The Z28 was still powered by a 350 cu in (5.7 L) V8, however due to new emissions regulations the engine was now equipped with a CCC (Computer Command Control) unit for the first time.

What did the Chevy Camaro look like in 1978?

1978 Chevrolet Camaro For the 1978 model year, the Camaro featured a new body colored urethane front and rear bumpers. Z28s featured a non-functioning hood scoop with outlining decal around the intake. The taillights were updated to include amber turn signals.

Is it safe to sell a Camaro Z / 28?

While we called out firs-gen Z/28’s as a “sell,” if you have a base first-gen Camaro or an SS, the story is different. These cars are still popular, even amidst weakness in the top-tier cars such as COPOs, L89 equipped Super Sports and Yenkos.

What was the Chevy Camaro IROC-Z in 1989?

Examples of the direct competition of Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z 5.7L V-8 TPI automatic in 1989: The same class cars with similar performance (1/4 mile times) and kind of fuel, with manual transmission: The same class cars with similar performance (1/4 mile times) and kind of fuel, with automatic or automatized transmission: Visit us on Facebook !

What kind of horsepower does a 1989 Camaro have?

1989 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z 5.7L V-8 TPI automatic (171.5 kW / 233 PS / 230 hp) (since mid-year 1988 for North America) specs review (click on photo to view enlarged pictures gallery) 1989 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z 5.7L V-8 TPI automatic (aut. 4) (model since mid-year 1988 for North America) car specifications & performance data review

What kind of suspension does a Camaro IROC Z have?

It seemed particularly good for the Canadian Players Challenge series, whose rules mandated showroom-stock specs. The IROC-Z included GM’s stiff F41 suspension, a limited-slip diff, four-wheel disc brakes, an oil cooler, and a five-speed manual. With tuning, the Camaro’s 305-inch, small-block V-8 made up to 400 hp.

What’s the 0 to 60 time on a Chevy IROC Z?

Road and Track tested the IROC-Z equipped with the 5.0-liter LB9 and manual transmission and garnered a 0 to 60 time of 6.9 seconds and a quarter mile time of 15.4 seconds at 91.5 mph. Chevrolet started churning out the first batch of IROC-Zs equipped with the 1LE performance package this year.

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