|Chevrolet Camaro Z28 302 '69|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 2 (RM)|
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5 (RM)
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||ST, PR|
|Interior in GT6||Detailed|
|Engine||302-cubic inch Z28 small-block V8|
|Performance Points||450 PP|
|Weight||1,415 kilograms (3,120 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||4.9 kg (11 lb) per horsepower|
|Credits||Cr. 65,000 (GT5)|
The Chevrolet Camaro Z28 302 '69 is a road car produced by Chevrolet. It appears in every main Gran Turismo game to date since Gran Turismo 2, barring its appearance in Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec and Gran Turismo Sport.
Eight colors are available for this car in Gran Turismo 2:
- Garnet Red with Champagne
- Hugger Orange with Tuxedo Black
- Daytona Yellow with Tuxedo Black
- Olympic Gold with Dover White
- Azure Turquoise with Dover White
- Glacier Blue with Dusk Blue
- Dusk Blue with Dover White
- Dusk Blue with Glacier Blue
Eighteen colors are available for this car in Gran Turismo 4 and onwards. Unlike in GT2, the colors of the car's stripes are not mentioned:
- Dover White
- Cortez Silver Metallic
- Champagne Gold Metallic
- Olympic Gold Metallic
- Dusk Blue Metallic
- Fathom Blue Metallic
- Le Mans Blue Metallic
- Glacier Blue Metallic
- Azure Turquoise Metallic
- Forest Green Metallic
- Rallye Green Metallic
- Tuxedo Black
- Burgundy Metallic
- Burnished Brown Metallic
- Garnet Red
- Hugger Orange
- Daytona Yellow
- Butternut Yellow
"The most popular of the 1st generation Camaros, because of its looks and speed."
The sole purpose Chevrolet decided to produce the Camaro was to beat the Ford Mustang at the dealerships, and to dominate the SCCA Trans-Am series that Chevy had competed in since 1967.
In the days when "win on Sunday, sell on Mondays;" was the norm, Chevrolet put a grand effort into racing, most notably the Trans-Am series, and the creation of the Camaro gave them excellent foundation to build a race car. The Camaro Z28 was the result of Chevrolet to meet homologation requirements for the Trans-Am series.
Thus, the Z28 was a potent production car, one powered by 302 cubic inch (4949cc) OHV V8 that spit out 290HP. The engine naturally could be tuned to produce much more. Because SCCA rules stated that no changes could be made to the cylinder block and heads, the engines were equipped with racing-tuned parts from the very start.
Also, the racing car bodies were forced to conform to street specs, so the 1969 road car was equipped with a lighter fiberglass bumper and a cowl induction that led fresh air into the carburetor.
The Z28 also featured four-wheel disc brakes taken from the Corvette. This option, at over $600, was incredibly expensive at the time. The Z28 marked the epitome of the Camaro brand, and the original 1967 Z28 is now considered a classic, sought by muscle-car collectors all over the world.
This car can be purchased for 65,000 Credits. It has a detailed interior.
This car can be bought at the Chevrolet dealership for 65,000 Credits. This is only for the Premium version, while the Standard version is also available by importing this car from Gran Turismo PSP, but this version can only be used on Arcade Mode. Both cars are Level 5.
This car can be purchased for 65,000 Credits.
This car can be bought at the Chevrolet Legendary Cars Dealership for 65,000 Credits.
This car can be bought at the Chevrolet dealership in South City for 37,420 Credits.