In 1969, Chevrolet offered an all-aluminum, 500 horsepower 427ci V8 called the ZL1 for the Camaro under Central Office Production Order 9560. Known as COPO Camaros, they were made for professional drag racing and less than 70 were produced. Nearly 50 years later, Chevrolet has remade the drag racing beast using modern tech. Called the eCOPO, this Camaro is made to one thing only — go fast in a straight line without spewing and pollutants except for tire smoke. Powered by two electric motors and a GM-first 800-volt battery, the eCOPO is good for 700 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque with quarter mile times in the nine-second range. The dual electric motors bolt to a transmission and driveshaft that connects to the same axle as a stock Camaro, meaning this is a conversion that isn't outside the realm of the avid DIYer. While Chevrolet didn't mention range, you don't need much going a quarter mile at a time.