While there will be plenty of Chevy Sonics to stare at on the SEMA show floor this year, it’s simply not the same unless there are ample Camaro and Corvette variants to go with the subcompact hot hatches. Thankfully, Chevrolet has spilled the beans more or less as to what we can expect at the show. Noteably, a drag-racing stock/super stock Camaro was not mentioned in the press release.
Camaro Red Zone Concept
No, this has nothing to do with football. But it has a lot to do with the color red. The concept also shows off a white contrasting new stripe laid out across the very front of the car, which will be available soon.
Camaro Synergy Series Concept
The new Synergy Camaro Concept displays an evolutionary take on the Synergy design, with red Brembo calipers, a suspension lowering kit by Pedders, no RS or SS badging, black 21-inch wheels with red striping, a Hurst short-throw shifter, a Silver Ice paint coat, and more red accents inside and out.
Camaro 1LE Concept
Is this going to be the Z28? We can’t say for sure, but with its road-course ready spec sheet and parts borrowed from both the Camaro SS and ZL1, it very well could be.
Camaro ZL1 Carbon Concept
It’s an evil-looking ZL1 with a carbon fiber hood insert. ‘Nuff said.
Corvette Carlisle Blue Grand Sport Concept
This special Corvette Grand Sport pays tribute to 30 years of “Corvettes at Carlisle.” The car’s exterior features a new Carlisle Blue exterior, new Silver-painted Torque 2 wheels (which are awesome) and Pearl White full-length racing stripes. The interior features Grand Sport accessories, such as the center console lid.
Corvette Z06 Ron Fellows ‘Hall of Fame’ Tribute
Distinguished racer Ron Fellows was so good at racing with Corvettes that Chevy has decided to display a one-off model in his name. The car features several cues from other Corvette models, such as Centennial Edition seats, a suede steering wheel, racing graphics, a raised carbon fiber hood and more.