Chevy has unveiled four Camaros that it plans to unveil at SEMA.
The Camaro Red Flash SS Show Car features a Red Jewel exterior color accented with gray heritage stripes and 21-inch wheels. Under the hood it has a Chevy air intake kit and outback there is an accesssory exhaust kit. "The Camaro Red Flash is the opposite of a 'sleeper' on the street," said Adam Barry, lead designer. "From every angle, it looks and sounds like the high-performance sports car it is. It's a model for the enthusiast who doesn't want to hide his performance aspirations."
The Camaro SSX Track Car Concept transforms the Camaro SS into a closed-course track car. "The SSX concept explores taking Camaro's excellent street performance and extending it into a road course context," said Chris Perry, vice president, Chevrolet marketing. "The car expresses Camaro performance while also signaling Chevrolet's new commitment to developing and offering a portfolio of performance parts for racing enthusiasts."
The Camaro XM/ Accessory Appearance Package provides a look at new accessory and appearance options that can be customized on the Camaro 1LT model. "The XM Accessory Appearance Package is all about affordable style," said Russ Clark, director, Chevrolet product marketing. "Our intent was to create a special, customized model - including 21-inch wheels - that could be had for around $30,000, a popular price point for today's Camaro buyer before they add accessories."
The Camaro Synergy Series 2011 show car is the second Synergy model after the 2010 Synergy Green special-edition car. The 2011 Synergy model contains a mix of exterior and interior accessories that are not available on any other Camaro, which includes the gray interior with red accent stitching. "The Synergy Series reflects the strong response consumers have consistently had toward Camaro," said Chris Perry, vice president of Chevrolet marketing. "At the same time it provides an example of how Chevrolet is renewing its commitment to expanding accessory offerings."