Set to make its official debut at SEMA in Las Vegas, Chevrolet’s Chevelle Slammer is a blast from the past, but with a touch of modernity in the form of GM’s all-new LT376/535 crate engine based on the same V8 powering the Corvette Stingray. The engine has been upgraded with a camshaft-and-heads package to help it gain an additional 75-horsepower for a total output of 535-horspower, mated to a SuperMatic 4L75-E electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission with a torque capacity of 650 lb-ft. Continue reading for a picture of the rear.
“Riding on 18-inch front and 20-inch rear polished wheels with an air-suspension offering the necessary stance when stationary, the Chevelle also gets a 6th gen-Camaro performance braking system. The deep black exterior paint is contrasted by a red interior. Among other interior modifications, the Slammer gained front seats from a 2016 Camaro and custom gauges in the instrument panel,” reports Car Scoops.