Lately, GM has been on the promoting warpath for the new Chevrolet Camaro, and it has left a trail of Camaros in different variations. So far, the company hasn’t showing any sign of slowing down yet. Today, GM has released more versions of the new 2012 Chevy Camaros along with two Corvette concepts for the upcoming SEMA show in Las Vegas.
At this year’s SEMA show, Chevrolet is bringing a total of six concept Camaro and Corvette models, which include the Camaro Red Zone Concept, Camaro Synergy Series Concept, Camaro 1LE Concept, Camaro ZL1 Carbon Concept, Corvette Carlisle Blue Grand Sport Concept, and Corvette Z06 Ron Fellows ‘Hall of Fame’ Tribute. These vehicles were designed from the inspirations of the Chevrolet Corvette and Camaro owners.
“Go to any Corvette or Camaro enthusiast event and you will have a hard time finding a factory-stock vehicle,” said Chris Perry, vice president, global marketing and strategy for Chevrolet. “These are cars that owners treat as canvases to express their personalization and high-performance dreams – and have been for decades. The SEMA Show is the perfect venue to test new customization concepts and to inspire new owners to start modifying their cars.”
If you think the 2012 Camaro ZL1 is a bit much to swallow on its pricing at around $75,000, then maybe the Camaro 1LE Concept can offer you some of the ZL1 performance features at a much affordable price. The Camaro 1LE Concept is designed to be a road-racing car. On the exterior, it comes with a new air splitter and rocker panels along with new rear spoiler. For performance, the Camaro 1LE features a host of upgrades that are found in the ZL1 version, including a magnetic ride control suspension system, heavy duty chassis bracing, a close 6-speed manual transmission, dual-mode exhaust, shifter knob, steering wheel, and Brembo brakes.
In addition to a variety of Camaro versions, Corvette fans are not left out in the cold. Chevrolet is also including to new concept models, namely the Corvette Carlisle Blue Grand Sport Concept and Corvette Z06 Ron Fellows ‘Hall of Fame’ Tribute.
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