2009 SEMA Show: Chevrolet Camaro Chroma

Published by Andrew Christian @andrew4wheels Google+ | Monday August 30, 2010

2009 SEMA Show: Chevrolet Camaro Chroma

If you liked the Jay Leno Camaro or the Camaro Synergy Concept, you will definetely like the Camaro Chroma, a car that demonstrates how carefully selected accessories available through Chevy dealers can create a look like nothing else. Based on a SS/RS model in Summit White the new car uses a combination of current and not-yet-released components such as a new silver stripe package, 21-inch wheels (future product, with silver-painted spoke centers and a Victory Red stripe), "Blade" rear spoiler (future product), Summit White ground effects package, rear fender vent graphics and accessory front grille with body-color outer frame (future accessory).

The Camaro Chroma is powered by the standard LS4 V8 engine and improved with the help of a performance intake, shorty headers and performance exhaust system. The manufacturer also offers a Victory Red engine cover and a Hurst short-throw shifter for the six-speed manual transmission, as well as red-painted Brembo brake calipers.

Inside, the car comes with black -and-grey leather seats feature red accent stitching, as do the shifter boot, floor mats and door trim while accessory inserts for the dashboard and door panels (in silver) are included as available accessories.

"With its silver graphics on the Summit White paint, this car has a tailored, tone-on-tone appearance that is simultaneously racy and subdued," said Todd Parker, design manager, GM Accessory Studio.

"It is a sophisticated-looking car that is easily duplicated by any customer, because all of the parts are available to build it." "What's great about the Camaro Chroma is it speaks to the almost unlimited possibilities that the accessories offer," said Parker. "You can build your Camaro mild or wild, but build it your way."