Callaway's Corvettes had already established his name as top in the high performance league during the early 1990s, but in 1994 turned his attention to the new Camaro and produced the C8. This was based on the stock Camaro but featured many aftermarket upgrades already available, plus many designed by Callaway themselves. The chassis used a strut brace across the engine to stiffen the front end and a subframe connectors to make the unitary structure more rigid. Eibach springs and Koni shocks at each corner stiffened the ride and enabled 0.94g on the skid pad, while the vented disc brakes came from Brembo and were 13 -inch (330mm) at the front and 11-inch (279mm) at the rear. The bodykit was designed by Paul Deutschman, and providing the performance to back the looks was a stroked small-block Chevy with special Callaway induction and electronics.
Callaway Camaro C8 (1994) Specifications
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