2016 Chevrolet Camaro – SEMA Concepts Recap + Colors Visualizer



camaro sema conceptsCamaroSix fever is heating up these chilly Fall days!

The car is in full production and first customers may have their new wheels by Thanksgiving, and definitely by Christmas.

Quite a special present for one’s self.

Here is a look at the four extra concept cars Chevy slid in the back door of the SEMA 2015 show: the Camaro Performance Concept, Camaro Black, Camaro Hyper and Camaro Krypton.

These offer a cool look at the potential mods and factory accessories available for the new ponycar, including an LED-edged bowtie emblem for the first time. Other Camaro accessories showcased on these concepts, yet coming to production cars within the next few months, are:

  • Three aluminum wheel designs, in multiple finishes
  • Grille kits with six body-color inserts for LT and SS models; inserts are also available in chrome-appearance or primed versions for custom painting
  • A blade-style rear spoiler and ground effects kit, each offered in 10 colors
  • Four exterior graphics packages, offered in multiple colors, including, “rally stripe,” front-fender “hash mark,” racing stripe designs and a body-side “spear” graphic
    Lighter, stronger architecture: Much of the Camaro’s performance can be attributed to reduced vehicle mass and improved structural stiffness. The development team invested 9 million hours of computational time looking for opportunities to make the chassis lighter and stiffer. That computer-aided engineering led to a modular architecture strategy that tailored the chassis to each model.

    Lighter, stronger architecture:
    Much of the Camaro’s performance can be attributed to reduced vehicle mass and improved structural stiffness. The development team invested 9 million hours of computational time looking for opportunities to make the chassis lighter and stiffer. That computer-aided engineering led to a modular architecture strategy that tailored the chassis to each model.

    2016 Chevrolet CAMARO SS Shows Chisel-Flow Redesign at Petit Le Mans 4 2016 Chevrolet CAMARO SS Shows Chisel-Flow Redesign at Petit Le Mans

    Lighter, stronger architecture: Much of the Camaro’s performance can be attributed to reduced vehicle mass and improved structural stiffness. The development team invested 9 million hours of computational time looking for opportunities to make the chassis lighter and stiffer. That computer-aided engineering led to a modular architecture strategy that tailored the chassis to each model.

    Lighter, stronger architecture:
    Much of the Camaro’s performance can be attributed to reduced vehicle mass and improved structural stiffness. The development team invested 9 million hours of computational time looking for opportunities to make the chassis lighter and stiffer. That computer-aided engineering led to a modular architecture strategy that tailored the chassis to each model.

    During the Find New Roads Trip, invited guests drove the all-new 2016 Camaro to all 48 States. These images taken outside of Salt Lake City, Utah.

    During the Find New Roads Trip, invited guests drove the all-new 2016 Camaro to all 48 States. These images taken outside of Salt Lake City, Utah.

    Less weight and more power combines for performance success. With weight savings of up to 390 pounds (177 kg), the all-new Camaro resets performance benchmarks for the segment. With the available, 335-hp (250 kW) 3.6L V-6 and eight-speed automatic, the Camaro zips to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds and down the quarter-mile in 13.5 seconds.

    Less weight and more power combines for performance success. With weight savings of up to 390 pounds (177 kg), the all-new Camaro resets performance benchmarks for the segment. With the available, 335-hp (250 kW) 3.6L V-6 and eight-speed automatic, the Camaro zips to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds and down the quarter-mile in 13.5 seconds.

    Less weight and more power combines for performance success. With weight savings of up to 390 pounds (177 kg), the all-new Camaro resets performance benchmarks for the segment. With the available, 335-hp (250 kW) 3.6L V-6 and eight-speed automatic, the Camaro zips to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds and down the quarter-mile in 13.5 seconds.

    Less weight and more power combines for performance success. With weight savings of up to 390 pounds (177 kg), the all-new Camaro resets performance benchmarks for the segment. With the available, 335-hp (250 kW) 3.6L V-6 and eight-speed automatic, the Camaro zips to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds and down the quarter-mile in 13.5 seconds.

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  • Interior trim kits, offered in multiple colors, including knee pads and door accent trim
  • Performance exhaust kits for SS and V-6-equipped LT models (not compatible with the dual-mode exhaust system)
  • Suspension lowering kits for SS and LT models (not compatible with SS models equipped with available Magnetic Ride Control)
  • Brembo performance front brake packages for SS and LT models
  • Performance air intake kit for the SS
  • Engine covers for SS and LT models.

Included below are the latest dynamic photos of the Camaro SS in action, plus a colors and wheels visualizer below that. =]

2016 Chevrolet Camaro SEMA Concepts

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