GM really nailed the ZL1 look with the design of the front fascia, but it’s more than just a fashion statement. Instead of going with a traditional front air dam, GM incorporated a racing-type splitter to help the Camaro generate downforce. Best of all, it isn’t too low for around-town driving and as such isn’t a “track-only” item. Working with the splitter are also tire deflectors. These push airflow around the rotating wheels and tires, reducing both lift and drag. The deflectors make the ZL1 less sensitive to pitch changes compared to a traditional air dam, resulting in more stability at high speeds.