Two of the most storied names domestic performance vehicles will join together for a stunning debut, world-class supercar at the 2009 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Lingenfelter Performance Engineering Decatur, Indiana, will reveal the latest offering; 750-horsepower 2010 Camaro SS Hotchkis Performance booth at the annual automotive aftermarket trade show. Hotchkis Performance, Santa Fe Springs, California, developed a suspension system for Lingenfelter Camaro and has worked with the famous super specialty builders in several projects in the past.
“Over the years we have been involved in dozens of racing OEM and development programs, but this one is special,” said Hotchkis Performance founder and president John Hotchkis. “Lingenfelter build some the fastest, coolest and most refined domestic supercars in the world, and the fact that they asked us to help develop a suspension for a Camaro 200 mph and then offering to debut the car at our booth is very attractive. Every person who attended would be impressed with this view of a piece of high performance engineering. ”
Lingenfelter supercharged 750HP the 2010 Camaro SS LS7 is a technological tour de force, featuring hand-built 427 CID (7.0L) LS7 engine displays forged pistons, LS7 titanium connecting rods and cylinder heads with titanium intake valves and Inconel valves. A Magnusson / Eaton supercharger blowing TVS2300 to Lingenfelter custom intake manifold. The result is 750 compliant, use the horsepower. Other highlights include Hotchkis Total Vehicle System (Sport Springs, Adjustable Sway Bars and Sports ChassisMax Subframe Brace), Brembo brakes, LPE custom 20-inch 10-spoke wheels, an exclusive air LPE management body kit, custom embroidery and Mito interior rearview mirror with video display. The Lingenfelter body kit and engine package will be offered as a separate package.