Chevy Previews 2014 SEMA Show Cars
Chevy has previewed a quintet of modified vehicles heading to this year’s SEMA Show.
The performance-oriented concepts will make their official debut in Las Vegas next month and will consist of an SS Sport, a pair of Sonic compacts, an Impala Blackout and a Cruze RS Plus. Some of the accessories on the SEMA projects are already available from Chevrolet dealerships nationwide, while others are being evaluated for production. According to the American automaker, most of the accessories were developed by GM’s own engineers.
The customized SS Sport features a collection of Chevrolet accessories including staggered 20-inch wheels, grille kit, fog lamp bezels, side fender vents and rear spoiler. The pair of Sonics each have their own theme, one packed with performance while the other has been stuffed with accessories. As for the Impala Blackout concept, expect a black grille surround, rear spoiler, painted mirror caps and 19-inch wheels. Lastly, the Cruze RS concept gets a custom Wildfire Metallic exterior, unique lower body moldings and a custom rear spoiler.
Check back with AutoGuide.com when the 2014 SEMA Show kicks off November 4 as we’ll be reporting live from Las Vegas.
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