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CNG-Powered Camaro

This 2011 Chevrolet Camaro, owned by Chesapeake Executive Vice President - Acquisitions & Divestitures Doug Jacobson, was engineered for high performance by Callaway and converted to run on CNG.

This clean-burning vehicle can go from zero to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds and hits 119.5 mph in the quarter mile, demonstrating the raw power of CNG.

SPECIFICATIONS
Vehicle:
Chevrolet Camaro
Year Model:
2011
Upgrades:
Callaway
Wheelbase:
112.3 inches
Track:
63.7 inches
Height:
54.2 inches
Length:
190.4 inches
Width:
75.5 inches (without mirrors)
Height:
12'6"
Bi-fuel conversion:
IMPCO
CNG Storage:
2 Lincoln Composite Tuffshell Type 4 tanks, combined 6.4-gallon gasoline equivalent capacity
Engine:
6.2 liter V8, 90-degree, cast aluminum block and heads
Compression Ratio:
10.7:1
Maximum power:
572 bhp @ 6,400 RPM
Maximum torque:
541 lb-ft @ 4,000 RPM
Maximum engine speed:
6,500 RPM
0-60 mph:
3.9 seconds
Quarter-mile:
11.94 seconds (119.5 mph)
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Contact

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To book an interview or gather more information about these vehicles, contact Jim Gipson at 405-935-1310 or jim.gipson@chk.com.
 
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