2017 Chevy IROC-Z Camaro Convertible Review, Photos, Spec
This may be a little optimistic. In comparison tests, including our own, the 2017 IROC-Z Camaro coupe wasn't quite that quick, and the convertible weighs "a couple hundred pounds more," according to IROC-Z Camaro chief engineer. In the absence of hard numbers, we estimate about 4200 pounds.
But judging by an afternoon of vigorous motoring on lightly travelled byways in western Michigan, it's hard to imagine anyone stepping out of the 2017 IROC-Z Camaro and expressing disappointment with its power. Its tidal wave torque comes on early and ramps up to a plateau that resembles the geography of Nebraska. The scenery blurs, and the driver's hair goes vertical.