What Happens To the Copo Camaro Engine While You Rockin’ it?!

Most of the Chevy Camaro fans know pretty well that the awesome 2012 Chevrolet COPO Camaro is a model that has been produced in very limited edition (only 69 units were built in 2012), just as it was in 1969. The new COPO is not a street-legal car, but a muscle car that is meant only for NHRA`s Stock Eliminator and Super Stock class competition. Its biggest rivals are Ford Mustang Cobra Jet, and of course its `close cousin`, Dodge Challenger Drag Pak. The COPO Camaro engine options are the 327ci V8 motor with a 4.0 liter supercharger, then a 327ci V8, paired up with a 2.9 liter supercharged, and finally the 427ci V8 engine.

All of these variants are real beasts that can skyrocket the blood pressure of any driver, they are all as powerful as a thunderstorm. That is why today we are showing you one a little bit different video, in which you will have a chance to see what is going on under the hood of one 2012 COPO Camaro, powered by the 327 cubic inch V8 Copo Camaro engine, with a 4.0 liter supercharged.

I`m sure that some of you have thought about it – how does it look inside, when the Camaro is rocking down the racetrack. If you are one of those, here is the best possible answer to that question, coming from the JC Beattie`s 2012 ATI COPO Camaro. Check it out!