Talking about a demonstration of an engine power and shredding tires and creating clouds of smoke!? Believe me when I tell you that it does not get any better than this my friends. Here we have the car that probably many of you have already seen it by now, the heavily modified model of 2010 Chevy Camaro, called the Killa-B! But this video clip is not a presentation or a review about this blown Chevy Camaro that each and every one of us would like to have it, but a demonstration of its ultimate power and a school example of how to create a clouds of burnouts smoke that will make the polar ice to start melting ten times faster than it already is.
This `deadly` Chevy Camaro is a product of Steve Nogas, who was inspired by the Transformers movie Camaro, only he made it much meaner and evil looking. Powered by a massive 632 cubic inch V8 motor, and equipped with a 24s at the rear, this thing is a real adrenaline booster.
In the video below, you will see this blown Chevy Camaro in a burnout action that took place at the Lardner Park, during the 2013 Motorfest, when it made a total eclipse of the sun in only a couple of minutes. So if you are a type of guy who loves watching burnouts and clouds of smoke, this is it then.