The 2017 Chevy Camaro ZL1 Convertible debuted last month at the New York International Auto Show, where it made a big splash alongside its hardtop sibling. Designed to “excel at everything,” according to executive producer of Global Product Development Mark Reuss, the ZL1 coupe and the convertible make great everyday cars while being comparable to any other sports coupe on the market.
The Camaro ZL1 is incredibly aerodynamic, tested in wind tunnels and on racetracks to create a car that moves seamlessly through the air and stays cool even at the highest speeds. The ZL1 and ZL1 Convertible have a newly redesigned hood with a carbon fiber insert that pulls heat out of the engine, a lower grille opening for great air flow, and a bigger front splitter that help improve the ZL1’s aerodynamics.
Both the ZL1 and the ZL1 Convertible come standard with a supercharged V8 engine with an output of 640 horsepower. Chevrolet says the convertible’s performance is similar to the coupe’s, though it’s slightly heavier weight may have an impact.
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Whether you like luxury sports cars, or you’re more of a Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD fan, you’ve probably wondered what the whole diesel vs. gas debate is about. What are the pros and cons of each, and is one objectively better?
Gasoline is the most common fuel, of course. It’s more widely accessible, it’s cheaper, and most engines can only use gasoline fuel. Diesel actually used to be less expensive than gas, but through a series of tax hikes and new regulations, the price of diesel rose.
Diesel also isn’t necessarily better for the environment. Both gas and diesel produce harmful emissions, just different kinds, so don’t think it’s better to drive in the city. Ultimately, it depends on your driving habits—if you drive a normal amount, go with gas.