Chevrolet prepared a bevy of models to bring to this year’s SEMA show and as you can imagine, the Camaro has a heavy presence at the Bowtie’s booth. Among the different Camaros present will be the 2015 Camaro Coupe Commemorative Edition, which unlike many other vehicles seen at SEMA, will actually go on sale in spring of 2015.
Since Chevrolet rolled out its fifth-generation Camaro in April 2009, the model has sold 400,000 examples. The Camaro has also been America’s “favorite performance car” for four consecutive years and is on track to make it a fifth, leading the Mustang by 10,000 units in sales so far in 2014.
The 2015 Camaro will mark the Zeta-based Camaro’s final year of production before Chevrolet introduces the Alpha-based 2016 Camaro, and the Commemorative Edition will be one of the final special edition fifth-gen Camaros offered. Available on 2LT and 2SS coupes, the Commemorative Edition Camaro receives unique 20-inch wheels, a model-exclusive stripe, a body color front splitter, the rear spoiler from the supercharged Camaro ZL1 and Commemorative Edition fender emblems. SS models also receive a body-color hood insert.
The Commemorative Edition Camaro will be offered in five exterior colors: Black, Silver Ice Metallic, Summit Whitem Ashen Gray and Red Hot matched with an Adrenaline Red interior, which is exclusive to the special edition model. Adrenaline red and black leather covers the seating surfaces and instrument panel, while red stitching on the seats, steering wheel, shift knob, shift boot, door armrest and center console lid add more flare to the cabin. There’s also a leather-wrapped, flat bottom steering wheel and Commemorative Edition sill plates.
The Commemorative Edition coupe is joined by the Commemorative Edition convertible, which has even more content.