What Horsepower Can A 572 Chevy Copo Camaro Produce?

The COPO Camaro is also offered with a 427 cu in naturally aspirated V-8 that

is rated at 470 horsepower and a 350 cu in supercharged V-8 that is rated by NHRA at 580 horsepower.

Camaro COPO Chevy For the 2022 model year, the Chevrolet will be back and will include three engines

a 427-cubic-inch (7.0-liter) V-8 with 470 horsepower, a 572-cubic-inch (9.4-liter) big-block V-8, and two smaller-block V-8s.

GM designed the COPO Camaro with a big-block, 572-cubic-inch (9.4-liter) engine so it could compete in drag racing.

The 572-cubic-inch, or 9.4-liter, forged-internal monster V8 is available for the COPO Camaro.

The largest engine Chevy has ever produced and the largest V8 in America as a result is 572 cubic inches.

General Motors' COPO Camaro programme stunned the drag racing community with its news that

it will be selling a 572-cubic-inch V8 designed after the Chevy's historic Big Block engine architecture after

ten years of only promoting the higher-power, late-model LS and LT engines.

Every 2022 COPO might be equipped with LSX small-blocks or perhaps a 350-inch, 580-horsepower V-8 that is supercharged.