GM Forces Chevy Camaro ZL1 Buyers To Pay $150,000

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The all-new Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is easily the best pony car money can buy today. The ZL1 is proven to be faster than the Ford Mustang and it has been receiving superb ratings from major review outlets.

The icing on the cake is with the Camaro ZL1’s MSRP. The car retails from $62,135 and this is considered very cheap for a car that runs on a 650hp V8 engine. But then again, purchasing the Camaro ZL1 can cut a hole in your pockets if you are living outside of the US.

Australia, in particular, can’t accept the Camaro ZL1 on its roads and this is because of the car’s left-hand-drive configuration. Unlike Ford, GM does not have a great global presence because of their reluctant to produce cars tailored for the RHD market.

Even so, there is still a way to get the Camaro ZL1 in the land down under. The method is through paying $150,000 for the vehicle. Melbourne-based tuner Crossover Car Conversion is now offering a driving configuration conversion for the Camaro ZL1 and the whole package cost $150,000.

The price is inclusive of shipping a Camaro ZL1 into the country, every tax charge and also the conversion fee. This is a big chunk of money needed to get the Camaro ZL1 into Australia and you will really need to be a big fan if you want to purchase the car in the country.