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Chevy has unveiled three Corvettes, four Camaros and an SS Sedan for this week's SEMA Show.
Ahead of this week's SEMA Show in Las Vegas, which begins tomorrow, Chevrolet has debuted a slew of concepts that will be shown at the Las Vegas Convention Center. In addition to the Silverado Cheyenne Concept we showed you yesterday, the latest unveiling consist largely of Camaros, Corvettes and one SS Sedan.

Let's start with the SS. The formal name is the Jeff Gordon SS Performance Sedan Concept, which you may have guessed features design input from NASCAR's Jeff Gordon. Fiery red paint matches up well with 20-inch custom wheels and a few doses of carbon fiber. A lowered suspension gives the car a more assertive stance, while Chevy has fitted a Borla exhaust for some extra bite and reinforced brakes for additional stopping power. Suede and a flat-bottom steering wheel, meanwhile, highlight the car's interior, and underhood sits an unmodified (aside from the exhaust) 6.2-liter V8.

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