The Lingenfelter Performance Engineering (LPE) Camaro LTA Concept is like no Camaro on the road. It looks different…way different. It’s got a custom body built on the platform of a 2010 Camaro SS, a custom interior inspired by classic Trans Am muscle cars and custom 20″ wheels. It also rocks a 455-cubic-inch 655 horsepower engine.
LPE has a pretty interesting story. It was founded by John Lingenfelter, an NHRA drag racer who had been racing cars forever. Four decades is pretty much forever, right? He died after a wreck in 2002, but his company LPE is still around and offers enthusiasts a place to take their car and have it heavily modified. Lingenfelter’s garage will outfit a car anyway the driver wants and as a result, LPE has built some of the most unique performance vehicles on the road. Lingenfelter’s personal collection is equally impressive. It has a 1966 Ford Galaxy 500 GT and a 2008 Lamborghini Reventón Serial Number 12 among other super-performance cars going all the way back to the 1950’s. You can see the complete gallery here.
Photo credits: Lingenfelter