Camaro Dusk Concept revealed at SEMA Show

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

Camaro Dusk Concept revealed at SEMA Show

The Camaro Dusk Concept is inspired by the style of young, urban professionals and offers a contemporary tuner aesthetic featuring an aggressive look, a lowered ride height, new 21-inch wheels, the rear spoiler from an SS model and a custom ground effects package. The ground effects package includes a racing-inspired front splitter, rocker extensions and a rear diffuser. Of course, these are still prototype parts that may enter production as dealer-available accessories at a later date. The same thing applies for the 21-inch wheels from BBS.

Many of the details, such as the taillamp and fog lamp bezels, match the finish of the wheels, lending a more premium look to the car. The Camaro Dusk Concept comes in a Berlin Blue finish while the ground effects are painted a contrasting color. In order to improve the performances of the car, the manufacturer added a new exhaust system and Brembo brakes from a Camaro SS (with painted calipers).

The interior is trimmed in stylish Jet Black and Sedona, with complementing features including footwell lighting, premium door sill plates and other details. Because it is inspired by the style of young, urban professionals the concept also features advanced technology and premium audio options such as a well-tuned Boston Acoustics sound system, WiFi connectivity and a convenient cradle for an iPhone. "This is a car with an international flair, bringing the Camaro to a place it hasn't traditionally been," said Parker. "It is a very tailored look that is stylish and sophisticated, but with a distinct American accent."

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