New Chevrolet Camaro Color Will Shock Your Eyeballs

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If you didn't like the 2019 update, this color won't help.

Enthusiasts weren't thrilled when Chevrolet revealed the facelifted 2019 Camaro. The 2018 model was a handsome ride, but the new styling has been extremely polarizing. Not only is the new Camaro (arguably) uglier than the car it replaces, but is also less fuel efficient in most trims.

It seems like GM is already taking some criticism on the new design, so the company is revealing a new paint color and performance parts to hopefully distract from the new look.

The new color is called Shock Yellow and the bright hue certainly lives up to its name.

It is quite literally shocking to look at. Aston Martin recently showed off a similar color on the new Vantage, though we much prefer it on the Aston. Chevy will show off this color on a SEMA display car along with new accessories and performance parts. This particular show car also features a unique concept front end with a relocated bowtie. The standard Camaro SS houses its bowtie on the crossbar between the two grilles.

“There’s a fresh look for the 2019 Camaro, which is restyled, reinvigorated and offers more choices and new technologies,” said Steve Majoros, director of Chevrolet Car and Crossover Marketing. “It’s the perfect canvas for personalization, and the new Shock color and available accessories demonstrate only some of the possibilities customers have to make the Camaro entirely theirs.”

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The performance parts on display include ground effects, a black wing spoiler, carbon fiber fuel door, black fender badges, cold-air induction kits, Recaro seats, Brembo six-piston front brakes, and 1LE suspension components. Customers can order the parts via Chevrolet.com/accessories and choose from home or dealer delivery with available install.

Shock Yellow will make its debut at the 2018 SEMA show from October 30 - November 2 in Las Vegas, Nevada. So if you are attending the show and would like to burn out your pair of functioning eyeballs, go check out Chevy's display.

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