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Review I bought a 2011 Camaro 2LT with variable valve timing, twin cam, 4 valves per cyclinder direct injected V6 (state of the art), the advertised hp is 312. I also bought a used 2002 Z28 with the LS1 engine from the same dealer for a good price. The advertised hp is 310 for the 2002 Z28. But when I drive each car, the 2002 Z28 seems a whole lot more powerful. Elapsed time at a control track also proves the z28 is more powerful. I did some reseach and found that for the 1998 to 2002 LS1 engines, the true hp at the rear wheels on the camaro is more like 350 (same LS1 in the corvettes). The torque ratings were also dumbed down by GM on these camaros
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What options are available on the 2002 Chevrolet Camaro?
Available Chevrolet Camaro 2002 Submodel Types: Coupe, Convertible, ZL1, 2SS, Hatchback, 1SS, Z/28
Available Trims: 2SS, LT, 1LT, 2LT, SS, LS, 1SS, ZL1, 1LS, LT w/1LT, SS w/2SS, Base, LT w/2LT, Z28, SS w/1SS, Z/28
Exterior Colors: Black, Summit White, Silver Ice Metallic, Hyper Blue Metallic, Red Hot, Nightfall Gray Metallic, Garnet Red Tintcoat, Mosaic Black Metallic, Victory Red, Ashen Gray Metallic, Blue Ray Metallic, Crystal Red Tintcoat , Inferno Orange Metallic, Bright Yellow, Red Rock Metallic, Imperial Blue Metallic, Arctic Blue Metallic, Cyber Gray Metallic, Rally Yellow, Blue Velvet Metallic, Red Jewel Tintcoat, Synergy Green Metallic, Aqua Blue Metallic, Carbon Flash Metallic, Navy Blue Metallic, Sebring Silver Metallic, Bright Red, Bright Rally Red, Deep Magenta Metallic, Kinetic Blue Metallic, Light Pewter Metallic, Monterey Maroon Metallic, Mystic Teal Metallic, Polo Green Metallic, Torch Red
Interior Colors: Jet Black cloth, Black leather, Jet Black leather, Black premium cloth, Black cloth, Jet Black w/Red Accents leather, Adrenaline Red leather, Kalahari leather, Gray leather, Gray premium cloth, Medium Ash Gray cloth, Ceramic While leather, Black leather/sueded microfiber, Inferno Orange leather, Medium Ash Gray leather, Beige leather, Beige premium cloth, Gray cloth, Blue leather, Ebony, Black w/Synergy Green Accent Panels leather, Mojave leather, Neutral, Black (Hot Wheels Edition) leather, Medium Gray
Popular Features: Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Power Driver Seat, Aux Audio Inputs, Post-collision safety system, Stability Control, Tire Pressure Warning, Trip Computer, Bluetooth, Alarm, USB Inputs, Fold Flat Rear Seats, Back-up camera, Upgraded Headlights, Remote Start, Auto Climate Control, Keyless Entry/Start, Mobile Internet, Parking sensors, Heated seats, Apple Carplay/Android Auto, Leather Seats, Heads up display, Sunroof/Moonroof, Navigation, Upgraded Engine, Cooled Seats, Multi-Zone Climate Control, Blind Spot Monitoring, Soft Top, Upgraded Stereo, Lane Departure Warning, 2nd Row Bucket Seats