Chevrolet Goes All Out with Gen Six Camaro Concepts for SEMA

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Chevrolet is embracing the new 2016 Camaro by showing off a quartet of customized versions at the 2015 SEMA Show.

All four 2016 Camaro concepts blend concept parts and production accessories, giving a glimpse into what Chevrolet will offer when the all-new 2016 Camaro starts rolling into dealerships across the country. Ahead of the show, Chevrolet previewed some of the Camaro accessories and performance parts that include three aluminum wheels designs, grille kits, a blade-style rear spoiler and ground effects kit, exterior graphics package, interior trim kits, performance exhaust kits, suspension lowering kits, Brembo brake upgrades, performance air intake kit and engine covers.

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To demonstrate how these accessories look on the new Camaro, Chevrolet unveiled the Camaro Chevrolet Performance concept, Camaro Hyper concept, Camaro Black concept and Camaro Krypton concept.

With the Camaro Chevrolet Performance Concept, the Summit White Camaro has been accented with Chevrolet Performance and stripe graphics, a blacked-out panel between the tail lights and concept 20-inch wheels. Further enhancing its appearance are darkened tail lights, a blade-style rear spoiler, front fascia extension, SS grille with red insert and black front and rear bowtie emblems.

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Next on the list is the Chevrolet Camaro Hyper concept, sporting a bold Hyper Blue Metallic exterior contrasted with a Ceramic White interior. The color combination will be available to customers ordering a 2016 Camaro but the customized version adds heritage-inspired cues such as the Chevrolet Accessories white rally stripes and Camaro fender badges. It has also been outfitted with a rear spoiler from the RS package and Chevrolet Accessories 20-inch forged aluminum wheels.

The Camaro Black concept lives up to its name with a Mosiac Black Metallic exterior with Mosiac Black Metallic hood vents, 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 aluminum wheels. The Chevrolet Accessories’ ground effects kit complements the exterior that has also been outfitted with darkened tail lights, a rear blade spoiler and black bowtie emblems. Performance upgrades include exhaust and air intake kits, a brake upgrade kit and new suspension lowering kit.

Lastly, there’s the Camaro Krypton concept with a flourescent green shade that was developed exclusively for the project. Boasting electroluminescent paint technology, the Camaro Krypton comes alive with the flip of a switch, illuminating bowties on the body sides. Along with the RS package, the concept also features 20-inch wheels, HID headlights custom trimmed in green, darkened tail lights, unique upper and lower grilles and a rear spoiler. It also features a sportier stance with the Chevrolet Performance lowering kit and sounds even more aggressive with a dual-mode exhaust with custom painted exhaust tips.

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  • johnls39 .

    Those Camaros look fantastic and not over the top. It is too bad that the conservative modifications was not enough to win the SEMA award over the Mustangs.

  • I’m all in for that bada$$ all-Black Concept with the red headlight trim. Shwing!

  • Ryan E

    that silver one is gorgeous , green with that scale pattern reminds me of some import ricer crap

  • Phil BRABANT

    Called my insurance company and said I was strong considering buy a new Camaro…he said go ahead but find a new insurance company…called 3 new companies and the insurance is a monster. I will be passing on the Camaro.