Now, Chevy's COPO program offers a 572ci big-block V-8 factory installed into 2022 Camaros. The only catch is ... they're not street legal.
Built in the USA in Waterford, Michigan, these new COPO Camaros are ready to roll in NHRA's Stock and Super Stock classes and you may need an NHRA license to order one.
According to a press release issued yesterday, "Every 2022 COPO will come with wheelie bars, a two-piece carbon hood, and a ton of COPO-branded parts. They will also ship with Hoosier drag tires mounted on Bogart race wheels along with smoked taillights, clear side markers, and an external battery charger hookup."
No official word on horsepower, but 700 would be a good guess.