Chevrolet is coming to this year's SEMA show with a total of six concept Camaro and Corvette models, and they're ...
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    Chevrolet is coming to this year's SEMA show with a total of six concept Camaro and Corvette models, and they're all designed to show off exactly what owners can do with their vehicles with a little time, money and imagination. While there will be a number of concepts wearing special visual upgrades, including the Camaro Convertible Red Zone Concept and the Camaro Synergy Series Concept, we're most excited about the Camaro 1LE Concept.

    Die-hard Bowtie fans will likely recognize the 1LE package code as a road-racing designation, and the new concept doesn't disappoint. Along with a new splitter and rocker panels outside, the Camaro wears a magnetic ride control suspension, special chassis bracing, a close-ratio six-speed manual gearbox, Brembo brakes and a host of bits lifted from the meaner ZL1. Those include a dual-mode exhaust, shifter and flat-bottom steering wheel.

    Speaking of the ZL1, fans of that machine will enjoy a new Camaro ZL1 Carbon Concept packed with trimmings made from the lightweight weave. Corvette fans will also get a chance to take a peek at two special concepts, including a Grand Sport designed to pay tribute to 50 years of the Corvette nameplate at Carlisle and a Corvette Z06 Ron Fellows Hall of Fame tribute car. Hit the jump for the full press release.Continue reading Chevrolet reveals Camaro and Corvette SEMA specials
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