Filed under: SEMA Show, Convertible, Coupe, Performance, Chevrolet

Chevrolet is paying tribute to its outgoing, fifth-generation Camaro with a new Commemorative Edition, which will debut at next week's SEMA Show in Las Vegas. This particular muscle car, while being shown as a convertible, will also be available with a fixed hardtop.

Available in both V6 and SS V8 varieties, the Commemorative Edition Camaro follows in the well-established tradition of the fifth-gen's many special editions by adding a flurry of aesthetic treatments without much in the way of performance changes. That said, it looks pretty good.

Unique 20-inch wheels that remind us of some of Hurst's classic efforts for GM, a body-color front splitter, the rear spoiler from the ZL1, a bespoke stripe pack and, of course, Commemorative Edition emblems spice up the Camaro's exterior, while the cabin is home to eye-searing Adrenaline Red-and-black leather upholstery, with red contrast stitching and other accents scattered throughout the interior. A leather-wrapped, flat-bottomed steering wheel is a nice touch, as well.

Scroll down for Chevy's full press release on the Commemorative Edition Camaro. You won't find pricing and availability in there, although it's entirely possible that that info is being reserved for the car's live debut next week. Even if we don't uncover that in Las Vegas, we'll certainly have live photos of the latest special edition Camaro, so be sure to check back then.Continue reading 2015 Chevy Camaro Commemorative Edition is the fifth-gen swan song
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