A Big Review on the Gen Six Camaros Governing the SEMA Show
If we think about what we were missing the most at this year's SEMA show, it was definitely Chevy's vehicles. The good news is that the company was extremely good represented at the event with not one but four customized concepts, which demonstrate the personalization and performance possibilities that the brand is offering. Of course, this comes to highlight the 2016 Camaro entering the dealerships across the country.
Precisely, the modified quartet features a Summit White Chevrolet Performance concept, a heritage inspired Camaro Hyper concept, the Camaro Black concept, and the innovative Camaro Krypton concept. The good news is that of you have liked one of them, you will have the chance to order some of the elements in accessory packages in early 2016. The accessories are viewable online via the Camaro Visualizer.
Camaro Performance Concept
This Chevy is definitely dedicated to those keen on performance. The reason for this is because it utilizes new components like the performance air intake, exhaust system and a red engine cover. Not to mention the suspension-lowering kit and a Brembo front brake upgrade kit with six-piston calipers.
Dressed in beautiful Summit White exterior color, the Camaro Performance Concept is accented with "Chevrolet Performance" and stripe graphics. Also visible is the blacked-out panel between the taillamps and the huge 20-inch alloys.
Other cool features here include darkened taillamps, blade-style rear spoiler, front fascia extension, SS grille with red insert and black front and rear bowtie emblems. They all can be ordered from the Chevy Accessories store.
The interior of the model also features some modifications like the contrasting Jet Black leather and accented with Chevrolet Accessories components. Accents were added via the Red Hot door accent trim, while the Chevrolet Performance-logo finds itself on the console armrest cover and floor mats as well as pedal covers and Jet Black suede knee pads.
Camaro Hyper Concept
Camaro Hyper makes a radical statement just with its Hyper Blue Metallic exterior. Just like the previous Camaro concept, this one has a contrasting cabin governed by Ceramic White interior. Inspired by the long heritage of the most beloved American brand, the car features white rally stripes and "Camaro" fender badges, as well as the rear spoiler from the RS package and 20-inch polished forged wheels.
Additional exterior and interior accessories are the front fascia extension painted in body color, the LT upper and lower grilles with Silver Ice Metallic inserts, the blue engine cover and the black illuminated front bowtie emblem. Inside, the cabin is adorned by Ceramic White knee pads and contrast-making black interior Spectrum door trim lighting. Camaro's logo can be seen on the armrest cover and floor mats. Suspension lowering kit and new performance exhaust round out the package.
Camaro Black Concept
Number three in our list is the blacked-out Camaro SS painted in Mosaic Black Metallic exterior color. The special thing about it is that it includes several custom exterior treatments such as hood vents in the same as exterior color, black-outlined SS badges, black-tinted windows, special Black Edition logos on the fenders, steering wheel and console cover as well as black 20-inch alloys.
Chevrolet Accessories are also present here. Namely, the Ground effects kit, the darkened taillamps and rear blade spoiler, the black bowtie emblems, black interior Spectrum door trim lighting, Chevrolet Performance-logo floor mats with light grey edging as well as the black suede knee pads. In terms of performance parts we should mention the exhaust and air intake kits, ant the brake upgrade kit and suspension- lowering kit.
Camaro Krypton Concept
Last but not least is the Krypton Concept. In fact, it's my favorite exterior among four. Its paint scheme was inspired by the noble gas Krypton, which has the ability to illuminate fluorescent lights. Fluorescent green or Krypton Green is a custom hue developed specifically for this Gen Six SEMA concept.
But that is not all; the concept is also adorned by Chevy's special treatment. It includes RS package that adds 20-inch wheels, high-intensity discharge headlamps trimmed in green, darkened taillamps, unique upper and lower grilles and a rear spoiler. Standing lower to the ground, via the addition of a sportier kit, this Camaro looks sportier than ever. And have you spotted the dual-mode exhaust with custom-painted exhaust tips? How cool is that?
In other words, we definitely feel satisfied from this year's SEMA show line-up. Wonder what they have in mind for next year.