The prototype — believed to be the new Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 — is back. After a crash on May 12 sidelined the car, Motor Authority reports the pony car has resumed tests. The vehicle appears to be a track focused variant of the sixth-generation Camaro, much like the previous generation. Sporting wide tires, large brakes and some serious aero bits, the car has been seen testing at the famous Nurbürgring in Germany for the last month. A revised version of the seven liter naturally aspirated V8 is expected to power the track-ready street car and make between 540 and 565 horsepower. Chevrolet’s answer to the Mustang GT350R is expected to debut next year as a 2018 model.