Perfectly Bad: 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Tested!
of which’s a curious truth of automotive engineering of which, in general, the lower the volume target for a completely new vehicle, the more effort is usually invested in perfecting of which. Engineers seem to sweat the nuances of a Ferrari far more than they do those of a Fiat. The same goes for performance designs of mass-produced vehicles. With the tedious stuff already taken care of—say, doing the automobile come together as easily as a SnapTite style on the assembly line—the performance guys are free to spend months toying with bushing stiffness. Unburdened by trivialities such as radio reception or defroster performance, the go-fast department finds time to lap a track for 24 hours. READ MORE ››