This year’s SEMA Show brought a special edition Camaro called the Synergy Series. As expected, the new edition emphasizes new approaches to accessory parts and customization and showcases the car that will be offered for sales in the first half of 2011 as a special-edition model.
For those who don’t know, the first Camaro Synergy model unveiled by Chevrolet was the 2010 Synergy Green special-edition car.
The vehicle made quite a buzz, as a result the manufacturer decided to make Synergy an annual series.
The 2011 model year Synergy Series comes with a mix of interior and exterior accessories such as an exclusive gray interior with red accent stitching throughout, and some combinations that are not available on any other production model.
The car is based on the Camaro Chroma, unveiled to the public in a concept form at the 2009 SEMA Show. According to GM, the Camaro Synergy Series 2011 model will begin production in the first quarter, still in limited quantities.
And if the first Synergy model was offered only in a single color (Synergy Green) and only with a six-cylinder engine, the 2011 edition will be offered in four colors – Cyber Gray, Victory Red, Summit White and Black – as well as 2SS (V8) and 2LT (V6) trims with the RS package.
The Camaro Synergy SEMA Show vehicle is based on a 2SS model and displays production and concept styling cues.