Concept Camaros at SEMA Showcase Customizable Options
While a captivating coat of neon paint may have stolen the show among the Camaros at SEMA, Chevrolet also unveiled a whole body-shop quartet of customized cars that each hit their own notes.
In addition to the glowing green Camaro Krypton, Chevrolet had three other unique sixth-gen Camaro concepts on display at this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas—the Black, Hyper, and Chevrolet Performance concepts.
The 2016 Chevy Camaro Black concept, as part of its efforts to channel midnight, sported a Mosaic Black Metallic exterior with darkened trim all around, tinted glass, and black 20-inch wheels:
The Hyper concept threw things back with classic white rally stripes atop a shocking metallic blue coat, as well as fender badges and 20-inch forged aluminum wheels:
Not to be outdone, the low-riding Chevrolet Performance concept was a Summit White Camaro SS featuring new red accents, a lowered suspension, and performance upgrades:
Chevy’s goal in presenting these flashy options was to highlight the myriad ways in which consumers can make a Camaro their own.
“Since it was introduced in 1967, the Camaro has been one of the industry’s most personal and personalized cars,” said Roger McCormack, director of Accessories & Performance Parts Marketing. “Many customers use the Camaro as a canvas to express their personalities and these concepts serve as inspiration for the many options available from Chevrolet.”
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