Camaro Synergy Concept uncovered at SEMA Show

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

Camaro Synergy Concept uncovered at SEMA Show

After we saw the Jay Leno Camaro, another vehicle was unveiled today at the SEMA Show: the Camaro Synergy Concept. Why Synergy? Well, according to the manufacturer, the concept previews a new Synergy Green production exterior color that will be offered on a special-edition Camaro in the first half of 2010. The concept also features the latest Camaro accessories offered through Chevy dealers which can improve the performance appearance of the car, demonstrating the personalization possibilities open to Camaro owners. The Synergy Concept comes with Cyber Grey Rally hood stripes and a new ground effects kit consisting of a pronounced rocker moldings, a rear diffuser-type styling piece, a front spoiler, a new rear bumper with integrated exhaust system and a rear wing spoiler.

The rear wing spoiler and rally stripes, are finished in the production Cyber Grey color, but the ground effects and spoiler can be painted to match the exterior of the car. The Rally stripes are adhesive-backed and are offered in grey, black or white. The kit is completed by the 21-inch wheels, with a black center finish and polished rim.

The concept was further enhanced with a Pedders coil-over lowering kit and a set of large, Brembo brakes, as well as color-coordinating the Jet Black interior with Synergy Green accent stitching, piping and other accents. The lowering kit, brakes and interior accents are not among the accessories offered for the Camaro but, according to the manufacturer, these represent common and popular aftermarket upgrades.

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