The COPO brand was started in 1969 and lives on today since Chevrolet has announced that it’s now taking orders for the latest iteration of the track-only race car.
There are three engine options for the Camaro but the 572 cubic inch (9.4 liters) is not available. But, the 632 cubic inch crate engine (10.35 liters) will be there waiting for you to pick it!
Other engine options for the 2023 COPO Camaro are the naturally aspirated 7.0-liter 427 V8 and the supercharged 5.7-liter 350 V8, producing 470 hp and 580 hp, respectively. These engine blocks come in various body colors, including a Vivid Orange color option for the ZZ632 V8.
Once a build slot has been granted, a $15,000 deposit will be required to secure the unit, unless prohibited by law.
Chevrolet has yet to announce the delivery schedule of the 2023 COPO Camaro. Vast information and engine specs are thoroughly detailed by Chevrolet through its website.