The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is looking like the main attraction for the American automaker’s booth at the 2015 SEMA Show.
Chevrolet has previewed another two customized Camaro SS sports cars that will be in Las Vegas next week, one with the Red Accent package, while the other will have the Black Accent package. Both will be production packages offered during the first model year of the new Camaro and shows just some of the possibilities available straight from the factory. The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS Black Accent Package concept has a more “tuner” aesthetic (seen above) with black ground effects, darkened tail lights, satin black rally stripes, black bowtie emblems and black 20-inch, five-split-spoke low gloss black wheels. The car being displayed at SEMA will also sport a concept black fuel door cover.
Performance upgrades to the Black Accent Camaro include a performance suspension kit and Brembo front brake package with red calipers. Engine modifications include a new performance air intake and a red accented cover. On the inside, the Jet Black leather-trimmed interior has been personalized with black interior trim and knee pads, SS-logo premium carpeted floor mats, a suede console lid with the Chevrolet Performance logo and red stitching, as well as sport pedal covers.
Contrasting the Black Accent package is a Camaro SS Red Accent concept, featuring a Switchblade Silver Metallic exterior accented with red accessory trim and complemented by an Adrenaline Red leather-trimmed interior. Exterior accessories on the Camaro SS Red Accent start with a lower grille with red inserts, while red “hash mark” graphics can be found on the fenders. The stock emblems have been swapped out for black bowtie pieces while all four corners are adorned with 20-inch five-spoke gloss black wheels with red outline stripe. Under the hood, Chevrolet has outfitted the concept with a red-accented engine cover.
Opening the door to the interior, accessories include an interior illumination kit with red aluminum door inserts, knee pads in red, sport pedal covers and premium SS-logo carpeted floor mats and center console cover. Chevrolet also outfitted the Red Accent concept with lowered suspension, an air intake and Brembo front brakes with six-piston calipers.
“All of the exterior accessories enhance the Camaro’s already strong design, as they were developed in the Chevrolet Performance Studio alongside the production model itself,” said Adam Barry, senior creative designer, Chevrolet Camaro. “That means customers can personalize their new Gen Six Camaro with parts that are styled, engineered and aero-tested by the same team that designed the car.”
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