These new Camaro concepts make the Sixth-Gen look better than ever.
Justwhen you thought the sixth-gen Camaro couldn’t look any better,Chevrolet just gave us four more great reasons to be excited about this 2016model rolling onto dealership floors. All of the concepts appear to be apreview of what Chevy is likely to offer in terms of performance and stylingoptions. These potential options include another rear spoiler, grille mods,alternative wheel designs, suspension lowering options, Brembo brakes, andexhaust modifications.
The most eye-catching of the Camaro quartet is the Camaro Krypto concept, which boasts an electroluminescent Krypton Green paint job, and illuminated bowtiess that light up the sides of the car at the flip of a switch. The concept also boasts the RS package, which adds 20-inch alloys, HID headlamps trimmed in green, unique grilles, a rear spoiler, a sportier stance thanks to a lowering kit and custom-painted dual-mode exhaust.
The Camaro Chevrolet Performance concept comes in Summit White with red accents and stripe graphics, 20-inch billet-cut alloys, a lowered suspension and performance mods, including a performance air intake, exhaust and Brembo front brake upgrade kit. Other cosmetic enhancements include a blade-style rear spoiler and blacked-out bowties, while the interior is finished in Jet Black leather and suede trim.
Finished in Hyper Blue Metallic with rally stripes, the Camaro Hyper concept is a study in style with black illuminated front bowtie, "Camaro" fender badges, the rear spoiler from the RS package, 20-inch alloys and a Ceramic White interior.
A murdered-out version of the Camaro SS, the Camaro Black concept is finished in Mosaic Black Metallic, and fitted with tinted glass, black-out alloys, special Black Edition logos, a ground effects kit, and rear blade spoiler. Performance mods include upgrade exhaust, air intake, and brakes, while the lowered suspension gives it a more sinister stance.