The Illinois-based custom car builders over at Roadster Shop rocked the 2018 SEMA Show when they pulled the cover off of their latest custom creation, a second-generation Chevy Camaro appropriately dubbed Road Rage.
The Road Rage Camaro was essentially a street-legal version of the jaw-dropping Rampage Camaro that Roadster shop unveiled at SEMA back in 2014. The custom muscle coupe pulls inspiration from vintage road racing cars and as such, features a widebody kit with massively flared fenders, a custom front fascia with a carbon fiber splitter, a custom carbon fiber rear diffuser, a ducktail rear spoiler and countless other custom-fabricated parts. The centerpiece of the build is the 454 cubic inch Texas Speed LSX V8 engine, which features individual throttle bodies and custom-made velocity stacks and produces a whopping 750 horsepower.
We hadn’t really heard much about the Road Rage Camaro since it first debuted back in 2018, but Roadster Shop uploaded a video of this motorsports-inspired Camaro to its YouTube page this week, which put it firmly back in our memories. The video, entitled “Road Rage – A 750 HP Soundtrack”, shows the Road Rage Camaro opening up its taps on public roads, allowing us to hear what its custom Texas Speed-built V8 really sounds like. The video also gives us a close-up look at some of the vehicle’s other parts, like its full custom interior, rear Penske Racing coilovers and center locking Forgeline LS3C Concave wheels.
Countless restomods have been displayed at SEMA over the years, but Roadster Shop’s Rampage and Road Rage second-generation Camaros are definitely among the coolest we’ve ever seen at the annual show. Check out the video embedded below to see and hear the Road Rage Camaro in action. No self-respecting Camaro fan would want to miss this short cinematic masterpiece.