How Much Is A 2023 Chevy Copo Camaro Worth?
Chevrolet has just announced a 2023 COPO Camaro, and it is going to be available in three powertrain options – including the new 632-cubic-inch (10.3-liter) V8 making 1,004 horsepower.
Available with several powertrain options, customers will have a choice to power their COPO Camaro with the naturally aspirated COPO 427, LSX-based 350 Supercharged, and fuel-injected ZZ632 Big Block V8 that makes more than 1,000 horsepower.
Other engine options for the 2023 model year are the naturally aspirated 7.0-liter 427 V8 and supercharged 5.7-liter 350 V8, producing 470 horsepower and 580 horsepower, respectively.
The naturally aspirated 427 and the supercharged 350 V-8s, which are options on Limited Production, are both based on the LT engine architecture, and the monster V-8s will replace the big-block 572s available in the 2022 COPO. The updated model will come equipped with a selection of three engines, including the ZZ632/1000, a 632-cubic-inch (10.3-liter) V8 rated at 1,004 horsepower running on pump gasoline 93 octane.
Prices (not including destination, which is not disclosed) begin at $126,420 for the naturally aspirated option, $135,900 for the big-block and $141,225 for the supercharged 350. Prices start at $135,900 for the ZZ632 Crate Engine, and prices for the Supercharged 350 begin at $141,225, with 427 starting at $126,420.
The ZZ632 crate engine, for instance, comes from Chevy without its VIN, so you cannot register it on the road. The ZZ632 crate engine will be mated with ATI Racing Products Th400 3-speed automatic, just like other engines offered in 2023 Chevy COPO Camaro line.
Dodge is not currently selling this in conjunction with one of Dodges race cars, the COPO Camaro-competing Challenger Drag Pak, which is listed at $88,995 for the rolling chassis with no engine.
Looking at available Chevrolet-sourced Crate engines, this appears to be the ZZ632/1000, making 1,004 horsepower and 876 lb-ft. In case you had forgotten, Chevy rates Chevrolets Crate Engine 632 as having 1,004 horsepower and 876 pound-feet of torque.
While COPO Camaros specs are yet to be revealed, it is likely that it will come pretty close to these crate engines official numbers – you can purchase it for $37,758 as is.
Chevy is also keeping mum about other numbers for the 2023 COPO Camaro, including what you would pay for one if your order is selected to build, or when it would ship.
In addition to the $135,900 MSRP of the base 632ci COPO Camaro, buyers can add the $30,000 Package, which includes 632-specific graphics, a black bowtie emblem, Black Weld racing wheels, and Hoosier Drag Racing tires.