Yes, it’s a Camaro and still hard to see out of, and, yes, more than one editor complained about keeping such a big, wide car between the lines, but these issues become easy to forgive at the first turn of a great road. The Camaro Z/28 is the revered, old-school formula for speed writ large: big motor, bigger brakes, manual transmission, and a chassis tuned to race without any digital help. Greater than the sum of its parts, though, the Z/28 is a car in which how hard you smile is directly correlated to how hard you’re driving it, and for that, it’s Motor Trend’s 2014 Best Driver’s Car.
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Camaro’s grip, balance and raw power made all the difference. The drivers noted it was a car they could push to the limits with unwavering confidence. "Superb steering. Could handle 100 more horsepower, easy …" wrote Jonny Lieberman of Motor Trend.
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