The Chevrolet Camaro has undergone a facelift for the 2019 model year and here, big-horsepower tuner Specialty Vehicle Engineering follows suit with its four-figure output figure treatment.

As with the one before, the 2019 model year car packs a custom-built 6.8 litre supercharged V8 engine, here producing 1,000 hp and 1,185 Nm of torque. The heart of this beast comes packed with strengthened internals, including a forged 4340 steel crankshaft and H-beam connecting rods, forged aluminium pistons, CNC ported LT1 cylinder heads, an upgraded fuel delivery system and injectors along with a custom tune.

Breathing capabilities for the engine are enhanced by a high-output custom supercharger, customer stainless steel exhaust system with long-tube headers and high-flow catalytic converters. Also as with the previous model-year Stage 2 Yenko Camaro, this 1,000 hp version is available solely as a coupe, with a six-speed manual transmission.

Visually, the Yenko Stage 2 Camaro is distinguished by bonnet and side stripe graphics, Yenko crest exterior badges, ‘1000HP’ hood cowl and decklid badges, a ‘Stage II’ spoiler badge, Yenko embroidered front floor mats, embroidered front seat headrests, door sill plates, numbered key fobs, bonnet with scoop and flat black-painted rear spoiler.

Rolling stock is comprised of five-spoke, 20-inch wheels with a gun metal finish, machined lip and SYC centre caps, fitted with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres. As it is based upon the 2019 Camaro SS 1LE, it gets that car’s sports suspension with Magnetic Ride Control damping, and a limited-slip differential.

The massively uprated 2019 Camaro will be limited to a run of 25 units, though Specialty Vehicle Engineering has not indicated pricing for the Yenko Camaro. Given that it entails a new set of engine internals, it should be a handsome fee commanded for this modern hot-rod. Fancy one?