A factory supercharged Chevrolet Camaro isn't too far away from new car dealer showrooms, but in the meantime the folks at Lingenfelter will gladly sell you their professionally-installed 630-horsepower muscle car based on the latest Camaro SS.
The actual install does, of course, take a little longer than the 90 seconds in the video Lingenfelter released. Once it's done, the Camaro will boast 630 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque courtesy of the Magnuson TVS2300 Heartbeat Supercharger system, up on the stock Camaro SS's 455 hp and 455 lb-ft.
Note, the final horsepower figure of the Lingenfelter upgrade probably isn't far off of what Chevy will offer from the factory when its supercharged Camaro ZL1 is finally unveiled, but if you want a quicker Camaro right now, you're going to need to look beyond your local dealership.
The kit takes about 3-4 weeks for Lingenfelter to install. It's available on both automatic and manual gearbox models and it includes a host of Lingenfelter badges and certificates of authenticity, plus a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty on the supercharger installation.
Uniquely, Lingenfelter says there isn't any major affect on the stock Camaro's fuel economy, presumably when driven tamely.