First read this: Well, after I read this on Camaro5, it got me thinking. What if GM built the Z/28 as a lightweight track car and utilized the LNF ecotec engine that was used in the Solstice GXP? Here would be the recipe, I think, for a solid car: 1. Use a tuned version of the LNF engine delivering approx. 300hp. 2. Use a slightly tuned version of the SS suspension. Basically the same suspension just a slightly lower ride height and a little stiffer ride. 3. Use the Brembo braking system from the SS. 4. Trim the weight of the car down to about 3200lbs by the use of lightweight materials like carbon fiber, smaller lightweight wheels, etc.. 5. Sell for same price range as SS. 30-35k. This would result in a car with handling far superior to the SS and acceleration times that would split the difference between the SS and V6. It would have the straight line performance to hang with a GT Mustang. ( I figure it should run mid 13s.) and would walk all over a Track Pack GT in the twisties. Considering that the original Z/28 was a track car, this is actually more true to its heritage than building it as a GT500 fighter. (I feel the GT500 fighter should be called the ZL-1 and utilize the LS9 drivetrain. Possibly even include the Carbon ceramic ZR1 brakes as an option. Depending on their cost, of course.) So the question is this, do you think building a Z/28 like this would be a wise move for GM? Would you buy one yourself? Do you think it would sell well? Personally, I think it would do fairly well and diversify the Camaro's market to other groups of people besides the typical muscle car guys. Discuss.