How do you Say Camaro in German? Schmidt Revolution's 625HP Supercharged Chevy

It's not very often that we come across European tuners doing their thing on good ol' American muscle - and for a very good reason as there are more chances of seeing a snow storm in the summer than a Chevrolet Camaro in Europe. That said, Schmidt Revolution's tuning proposal certainly piqued our curiosity.

The German tuning house's tuning program concerns the Camaro SS with the 6.2-liter V8 engine. The addition of a compressor kit from Speed Box (€8,999 or US$12,300) along with a BORLA stainless steel exhaust system (€999 or US$1,370 without the tail pipes) pushes output to 625-horses.

Schmidt Revolution tune continues with H&R coilovers (€1,272 or US$1,740) and stabilizer (€530 or US$725), while the Camaro rides on 22-inch alloy wheels in tires sized 265/30 R22 up front and 295/25 R22 at the back (€3,399 or US$4,650). The program can be complemented by a matte black body finish priced at €3,500 or US$4,800.