Chevrolet Camaro Becomes 2011 SEMA's Hottest Car Again

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This piece of news makes us feel like its 2010 all over again: the Chevy Camaro has outshined all the other automotive creation present at SEMA, becoming the show’s hottest car.
In other words, the Camaro was considered the most custom-friendly vehicle at the Las Vegas event, with the appreciation based on the number of tuning parts featured at the show. We’ll remind you that Chevy not only displayed custom Camaro projects belonging to various tuners, but also brought its own special version of the car.

After more than two years on the market, the Camaro continues to inspire creativity and Chevrolet is thrilled to see that expressed in all the wonderfully personalized examples here at the SEMA show,” said Chris Perry, vice president, Global Chevrolet Marketing and Strategy.
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