According to the aficionado behind the wheel, the blown V8 of the ZL1 now delivers around 604 horses at the rear wheels - since the machine comes with a manual, we can't use the good old 15 percent drivetrain loss estimation (this concerns automatic tranny vehicles) to figure out the crankshaft output of the Camaro. Even so, the ZL1 packs over 650 horses at the crank.
As far as the rubber is concerned, both muscle cars come with 315-section rear tires.
The two duked it out on multiple occasions, using both standing and rolling starts, so the conclusion of their battle is relevant.
Now, since we've talked about the 2018 Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody and the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, you might want to know how the Mopar machine deals with the stock incarnation of the Chevy. We are, of course, referring to the sixth generation of the Camaro, since a factory-state ZL1 doesn't stand a chance against the Hellcat.
Well, we've already talked about such a battle, with this involving the Hellcat we have here, which seems to have fought the 650 hp Camaro on the same battleground as the one used in this video.