Chevrolet Camaro Synergy Series Concept Headed for 2011 SEMA

As always, Chevy has done its homework for SEMA, and will treat us with a full line of goodies at the upcoming 2011 edition of the event. We’ve already covered a series of Corvette and Camaro projects and it is now time to talk about a new one, based on the latter model.
The Camaro’s Synergy special editions made their appearance at SEMA and now Chevy is briningi us a new incarnion of the concept, with the carmaker mixing the “creme de la creme” Camaro accesories.

Chevrolet is introducing the Camaro Synergy Series as a concpet, but, depending on the punlic’s reaction, this might make it into production.

Here are the vehicle’s main features:

* Silver Ice exterior color with black Synergy stripes on the hood, with decklid and “mail slot” decals with red line inserts
* Synergy gill decals and no SS or RS exterior badges
* Chevrolet Accessories body-color ground effects and grille
* Chevrolet Accessories 21-inch wheels – black with red stripe
* Suspension lowering kit by Pedders (Chevrolet Official Licensed Product)
* Red Brembo® brake calipers
* Chevrolet Accessories red engine cover
* Concept “SS“ underhood liner
* Concept polished strut tower brace
* Chevrolet Accessories floor mats (ebony with red and “CAMARO” logo in silver)
* Chevrolet Accessories lighting kit (displayed in red)
* Hurst short-throw shifter
* Black leather interior with red accent stitching on seats, console, doors, steering wheel and shifter boot
* Silver Ice instrument panel and door inserts
* Black leather instrument panel soft insert with red stitching
* SS logo with red outline on the head restraints
* Chevrolet Accessories pedal kit
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