Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Carbon Concept

Chevrolet will reveal a lineup of new concepts at the 2011 SEMA Show. Four Camaro concepts will be released at the annual car show in Las Vegas next week.

The Camaro Red Zone Concept uses the Camaro convertible’s style to demonstrate what’s possible with a carefully selected collection of accessories and debuts a new, heritage-inspired stripe graphic that will be available soon.

The vehicle highlights are new-for-2012 model year Crystal Claret exterior color with black convertible tonneau cover, Chevrolet accessories 21×8.5-inch silver/polished-face wheels, silver heritage stripe, Chevrolet accessories body-color grille and convertible wind screen, suspension lowering kit by Pedders, concept polished strut tower brace, concept “RS” underhood liner, titanium leather interior with Silver Ice accents, black soft instrument panel insert, Silver Ice door and instrument panel inserts and a floor mats with silver “Camaro” logos.

The Camaro Synergy Series Concept is using the best of the best of Camaro accessories, as well as a distinctive silver exterior with red accents. Chevrolet will be listening to the reaction that this Synergy concept receives at SEMA, as it could be brought to production.

The vehicle highlights are 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, body-color ground effects and grille, 21 inch wheels black with red stripe, suspension lowering kit by Pedders, red Brembo brake calipers, red engine cover, concept “SS” underhood liner, concept polished strut tower brace, floor mats ebony with red and “Camaro” logo in silver, 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 and pedal kit.

The Camaro 1LE Concept is the third concept and borrows production components from both the Camaro SS and forthcoming Camaro ZL1 to deliver a competition-ready package.

The vehicle highlights features Victory Red exterior color with flat black hood and hash mark extensions, Satin black splitter, rocker panels, rear spoiler and outside mirrors, sport suspension featuring Magnetic Ride Control, electric power steering, six-speed manual close-ratio transmission, lightweight 20×10 inch (front) and 20×11 inch (rear) racing wheels (satin black), Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar G asymmetrical tires from the ZL1, Brembo six-piston front calipers, with two-piece front rotors, and four-piston rear calipers, dual exhaust outlets with ZL1-style active exhaust and diffuser, shock tower brace, red engine cover, black leather interior with Light Stone stitching, graphite silver door and instrument panel inserts, ZL1 shifter with Light Stone stitching, ZL1 flat-bottom steering wheel and pedal kit.

Camaro ZL1 Carbon Concept – shown above in the avatar – incorporates all the technology and performance of the Camaro ZL1, but with an added layer of carbon fiber. Included on this concept is the new Ashen Gray exterior paint available on all 2012 Camaro models.

The vehicle highlights features exposed-weave carbon fiber “Mohawk” hood insert, carbon fiber rear spoiler with stainless-steel wicker bill, carbon fiber inserts on the interior door and instrument panel, lightweight 20×10 inch (front) and 20×11 inch (rear) wheels in satin black with machined faces, Brembo six-piston front calipers, with two-piece front rotors, and four-piston rear calipers, Magnetic Ride Control, dual exhaust outlets with active exhaust and diffuser, Jet Black leather interior with sueded microfiber seat inserts and Torch Red stitching, ZL1 short-throw shifter with suede and carbon fiber-trimmed shift knob, Suede-trimmed flat-bottom steering wheel and ZL1 pedals.

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