A legend returns: When Chevy unveiled the new Camaro Z/28 earlier this year at the New York auto show, jaws dropped. First introduced in 1967, the original Z/28 featured no automatic transmission or air conditioning. It was a track-ready machine and it held those attributes to heart. Unlike the ’67 Z/28, the 2014 version does not intend to compete in a specific race series, but it still holds true to the original’s core beliefs.
At Yahoo Autos, we got the chance to ride shotgun in a development Z/28 at GM's Milford Proving Grounds. You can read (and watch) our thoughts on autos.yahoo.com, and check out our day in pictures here: