Chevrolet Ready for 2010 SEMA
The company will introduce the Z-Spec Conecept, which represents its designer’s ideas for a potential line of goodies. This will be showcased using concept version of the 2011 Cruze compact, the Volt extended-range electric vehicle and the Spark minicar.
Chevrolet will also introduce a series of concepts that are aimed at taking the performance and appearances of its sports cars to the next level. These will be installed on Camaro and Corvette show cars and will also bring out the motorsport animals in the aforementioned models. Chevy will announce two fresh special edition models for the Camaro, the Synergy Series 2011 and the XM Accessories Appearance package, both coming to the world next year.
Visitors will also be greeted by two additional Camaro concepts, the Camaro Red Flash and the Camaro SSX Track Car, as well as by two Corvette concepts, the Z06X Track Car and Corvette Jake.
“SEMA 2010 provides an ideal platform to Chevy to showcase new products like the all-new Cruze compact and the revolutionary new Volt,” said Chris Perry, vice president of Chevrolet marketing. “Car and truck enthusiasts have a natural connection to Chevrolet, and we intend to extend that with new design concepts and accessories aiming to make our products even more inspiring to customizers.”
In addition to that, GM Performance Parts will bring its E-ROF crate engines to SEMA. The company claims that the powerplants are “the only high-performance V-8 engines that are designed to meet new emissions regulations being enacted in many states for vintage and classic cars.”