Calling it an exaggerated version of Chevy’s Hot Wheels-esque vision of a pony car is probably a (polite) understatement, but it will have to do for a lack of a better description, unless you’re feeling inspired in the comments. 


There’s not much info going around about the wide-body Camaro ZL1 at Forgiato’s website where we found it other than it’s wearing the company’s ‘Finestro-ECL’ rims that are available in sizes from 20- to 24-inches – our guess is that they’re from the upper end of that scale, though, the wording on the adjacent signs suggest that the car was photographed somewhere in Asia. 


In it is original, unmolested form, the 5th-gen Camaro ZL1 came out in 2011 packing GM’s LSA 6.2-liter supercharged V8 producing 580HP (432 kW) and 556 lb.-ft. of torque (754 Nm), making it the most powerful production Camaro at the time, a title it lost this year to the 6th gen Camaro ZL1 that comes with a 6.2-liter supercharged LT4 V8, good for 640hp (477 kW) and 640 lb-ft of torque (868 Nm).