Chevrolet Camaro Red Zone Concept Ready for 2011 SEMA

Chevy just couldn’t come to this year’s SEMA with the Camaro and not give us a project based on the convertible version. So, ladies and gentlemen, here it is: the Camaro Red Zone Concept.
The vehicle relies on current and future accesories to deliver what the carmaker calls “a design statement”. It is also used as a platform for the debut of a new, retro-inspired stripe graphic that will hit the marker in the near future.

Let’ see what this open-air project has to offer:

* New-for-2012 model year Crystal Claret exterior color with black convertible tonneau cover
* Chevrolet Accessories 21x8.5-inch silver/polished-face wheels
* Silver heritage stripe
* Chevrolet Accessories body-color grille and convertible wind screen
* Suspension lowering kit by Pedders (Chevrolet Official Licensed Product)
* Concept polished strut tower brace
* Concept “RS” underhood liner
* Titanium leather interior with Silver Ice accents
* Black soft instrument panel insert
* Chevrolet Accessories Silver Ice door and instrument panel inserts
* Chevrolet Accessories floor mats with silver “CAMARO” logos.

This is a Camaro for those who want great looks and a performance personality,” said designer Adam Barry. “It’s a simple yet dramatic statement that is uniquely Camaro.
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