Three 2015 Chevrolet SEMA Concepts We Feel The Brand Should Build4
The 2015 SEMA Show was chock full of Chevrolet concepts. The bowtie brand took the specialty show by storm with countless vehicles and accessories for attendees to gawk over, including more 2016 Camaros than we can count on one hand.
We’ve compiled our list of three Chevrolet concepts from this year’s SEMA Show we think the brand should seriously consider building, and we hash out why right down below.
The Chevrolet Red Line Concepts
Okay, so this is more than one concept, but Chevrolet branded them together. Each Red Line Chevrolet features similar accessories and styling cues that we think would make a bang-on production package. The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro Red Line is the hottest, no doubt, but the styling translates quite well to the 2016 Colorado, 2016 Malibu and the others.
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro Black Concept
Sure, it seems simple, but we think there’s quite a bit of profit to be had if Chevrolet offered a black-out package for the 2016 Camaro straight from the factory. The 2016 Camaro Black concept takes the idea, and realizes it to the fullest extent. Customers already do this on their own, and spend their money with different aftermarket companies. Chevrolet shouldn’t ignore the potential greater share of wallet lurking in a sinister concept package.
The 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD Kid Rock Concept
It may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s certainly something feasible Chevrolet could manage to build. And we think a “Born Free” Special Edition Silverado 3500 would sell faster than tickets to a Kid Rock concert. The 2016 Silverado 3500 HD Kid Rock concept absolutely nails a segment of the market. The patriotic styling cues scream a portion of the 2016 Silverado HD’s target market, and we think buyers would pony up big bucks to get their hands on their own Kid Rock inspired Silverado.
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I feel like the krypton concept should be up there
I look at that Kid Rock Concept and all I see it the horrific weather we’ve been subjected to just this last year. And it’s only going to get worse with vehicles like this being ‘sexy’. Denial isn’t a river that’s flooding most of Texas. It’s emissions.
I know this statement will piss people off, but it’s like watching diabetics holding up massive sugary cakes with gleaming grins. But the main difference here is that when you the diabetic eat giant brownies… it gives everyone else diabetes too.
Poor Mary Barra. Are her customers ready to grasp what she must do? Not because of regulations but because of ethics? Will these customers ever be ready? Or give a damn about the home they’re leaving their children?
I think Stevie Ray Vaughan wrote a song about your comment….and it’s not scuttle-buttn’.
For the Camaro, other than the black tail pipes, black outer trim on the bow ties, black SS badges, and obviously the red leds in the headlamps, everything on that car will be available as a GM accessory. Offering it as a complete package from the factory would make things easier.