In addition to that, the power steering has also been upgraded for improved feedback, with a strut tower brace being mounted for the same purpose. The vehicle uses upgraded shock absorbers and stabilizer bars and rides on 20-inch aluminum rims that come with ZL1 bearings. The Camaro ZL1 uses a matte black hood, a front splitter and a rear spoiler, while inside we get a short-throw shifter and a flat-bottom steering wheel,
“The Camaro 1LE combines the best elements of the SS and ZL1 to take road-racing performance to a whole new level," "That the 1LE breaks the three-minute lap at VIR puts it in the upper echelon of performance cars. That it starts under $40,000 makes the Camaro 1LE one of the most affordable, most capable track-day cars offered by any manufacturer," said Al Oppenheiser, Camaro chief engineer, highlighting the vehicle’s price.