Chevrolet Brings Camaro and Corvette Special Editions to SEMA
Chevrolet has attacked this year's 2011 SEMA Show in full force, bringing with it not just its fresh lineup of compact and subcompact cars (represented by the Chevrolet Cruze and the Chevrolet Sonic), but also its stalwart muscle and sports models. The Chevrolet Camaro and the Chevrolet Corvette have each been given special SEMA treatment, with a number of exclusive cars making their debuts on the show floor in Las Vegas.
No fewer than five unique editions of the Chevrolet Camaro are being shown off at this year's SEMA event. The Camaro Red Zone Concept takes the standard rag top version of the automobile and adds a unique red paint job, a lowered suspension system, additional suspension upgrades and a host of accessories and trim improvements that set the car apart from the production vehicle. The Camaro Synergy Series Concept was put together along the same lines, making full use of the Chevrolet accessories catalog in order to dress up the coupe's looks and add a dash of extra performance via the use of the same suspension improvements made to the Red Zone, as well as the installation of a Hurst shifter.