Chevrolet Prepares Red Line Series for SEMA Debut
The Specialty Equipment Market Association’s annual gathering in Las Vegas, called simply the SEMA show, is a big industry event. Manufacturers and aftermarket parts makers alike come with their latest cars and kits for modifying stock cars into impressive custom rides. This year, Chevrolet will be bringing an extensive line of concept vehicles to show off.
The Chevrolet Red Line Series of concept vehicles take the brand’s latest models and personalizes them with street smarts and cutting-edge style. Last week, Chevrolet gave the press their first look at the cars before taking them to their November 3rd debut in Las Vegas.
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Check them out in the gallery below:
The six concept cars cover the most popular vehicles in the Chevrolet lineup. The Chevrolet Trax, Malibu, Camaro, Colorado, Silverado, and Spark RS have all been painted a silver color with red and black accents. Each model was given accessories to complement the existing design, like an all-weather cargo tray for the Chevrolet Trax and red upper and lower grille inserts for the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro. A complete list of modifications and accessories is available on the Chevrolet website.
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The best part about these concept cars is that the accessories and parts to make your own Chevrolet Red Line car will hit dealerships with the 2016 models. Visit your local Chevy dealer for more details.