Camaro redone by Chevrolet for a SEMA presence

Upon doing up a couple of crazy Corvettes Chevrolet decided to also give the Camaro a good stand ready in Las Vegas at the infamous SEMA show.

SEMA ready Chevrolet Camaro

SEMA ready Chevrolet Camaro

There’s just one day left till the gates open but that hasn’t put Chevrolet off from trying to ease your wait. And if you were waiting to see a Camaro there you’ll have four things to attract your interest.

Since we mentioned the Corvettes and their heritage within racing we’ll kick off with the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro SSX Track Car Concept. Naturally, the important bit is the Track Car Concept so the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro SSX was given carbon fiber panels, the sound proofing was thrown away, there is a new roll cage in there, one that’s been approved by the SCCA as it turns out. Other racing bits you’ll find on the Chevrolet Camaro SSX Track Car Concept is a racing fuel tank and a set of racing harnesses.

The next creation is the Chevrolet Camaro Synergy Series 2011. The Synergy Series 2011 is supposed to be some sort of limited edition of the Chevrolet Camaro that’ll be launched on a yearly basis.

Taking another step up, we find the Chevrolet Camaro XM/Accessory Appearance Package which seems to be a stock Camaro. That’s the whole point actually, the car looks like it’s standard and yet it isn’t. It may have a V6 under the bonnet but it’s still a bit faster than you’d expect and at the same time offers you some tech accesories such as XM radio.

If the previous version was a “sleeper” car, the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Red Flash Show Car is pretty much the opposite of that. The Red Flash Show Car is out there, it’s in your face and that’s good. Apparently.

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