**SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY**
2016 Callaway Camaro SC630
6.2 Liter producing 630 Horsepower
2.3 Liter TVS300 Roots-style blower
6 Speed Manual Transmission
The sixth-generation Camaro brought with it some fairly sweeping changes. Chief among them was the transition from the fifth-gen car's Holden architecture to the Alpha platform that is shared with the Cadillac ATS and CTS. In terms of performance, this yielded improvements in nearly every measure, due in no small part to a weight reduction of several hundred pounds. But as good as the new Camaro SS is, there will always be an enthusiast contingent yearning for more. For those too impatient to wait for the ZL1, longtime GM performance tuner Callaway has heeded the call with this, the Callaway Camaro SC630.
As the name suggests, Callaway's performance treatment for the Camaro SS takes the 6.2-liter, direct-injected LT1 V8's output from 455 horsepower and 455 pound-feet of torque to a healthy 630 hp and 610 lb-ft by way of an Eaton supercharger, a cold-air intake, and custom software tuning.
Aside from the top of the supercharger peeking out of the hood and a few badges, there isn't much to tip off interested parties to the SC630's true capability. Although the volume from the quad-tipped exhaust is cranked up a bit versus a stock SS system, the SC630 keeps a fairly low profile from an auditory standpoint as well and retains the factory dual-mode setup. Blower whine is virtually non-existent both at idle and when pulling through the rev range.
Beautiful garage kept dream car that hasn't even been in the rain.
Callaway expects to build about 350 of these cars per year