Chevrolet Camaro Spyder From Revolution Styling


Instead of building a tuning kit for the coupe version, Revolution Styling opted to go for the more recently launched convertible. The end result is list of modifications that has created the world's first Turbocharged Camaro Spyder. The most visual upgrade is the company's own patent pending forward tilt hood that's combined with LED lighting. The first Camaro Spyder was revealed at the 2011 Camaro5 event in Chandler, Arizona.

Customers can also choose to add vented front fenders, a rear diffuser with center exhaust, and other grille work. It rests on 21-inch light alloy wheels. The interior features Italian leather and perforated Alcantara that can be ordered in any color combination. Bluetooth, rear parking assist, and a 245-watt Boston Acoustics sound system round out the package. Under the hood lies a 6.0-liter turbo V8 with 610hp and 578 lb-ft of torque. It can reportedly go from 0 to 60 mph in 4 seconds and has a top speed of 180 mph.

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The engine has been upgraded with a Turbonetics unit, more efficient intercoolers, and a Magnaflow stainless-steel high-performance exhaust. The exterior of the show car was painted in red jewel metallic along with piano black rally stripes and a reverse hood opening. Only 20 units will be built per year with conversion prices ranging from $50,000 to $80,000.

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