View Single Post
Old 07-17-2013, 01:01 AM   #59
Q'smuscle
life with muscle
 
Q'smuscle's Avatar
 
Drives: 2011 Camaro VR 2SS/RS & Impala
Join Date: Apr 2013
Location: Riverside,ca
Posts: 3,511
Quote:
Originally Posted by trainman View Post
I drove the Challenger, so of course I saw the interior. And yes, I have seen the ZL1 interior, very much improved over the SS of 2010, but it's those two squarish gauge pods that bother me, sorry it's just not me, plus the backseat and trunk are useless in the Camaro, while the Challenger has a useable backseat and a huge trunk. I think I mentioned I have to pick up the grandkids a few times a week during school months, so the Cadillac was the best choice. Last month in cooler weather I ran 12.24 @ 118.91 in the Cadillac (on street tires) so the power is there with just a CAI and a tune. Also last time out at the test and tune I also ran a new 2013 ZL1 (6M) which was pure stock, and beat him pretty good , it was at 11pm (DA 3000+) I ran 12.706 @ 115.61 (still warm from the GT500 race) and the ZL1 ran 13.043 @ 111.21. I'm sure that with drag radials and cooler weather I will be deep into the 11's with the Cadillac, I'm happy.
oh okay, just checking because you said that you didn't like the 2010 dash but yea the square gauge pods is what I love about the interior unique and Retro. but yea I understand that it's. not your thing. I myself like the 2010-2011 better because of the more Retro steering wheel and speedometer numbers. the cts-v is killer too in looks and in power .and I would think the cts-v weights way less than the zl1. So , you beating that is believable . But I love the cts-v too . I would need both
__________________
Chevy's nothing Else matters
Q'smuscle is offline   Reply With Quote