Chevrolet unveiled five Camaro concepts at the annual Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association convention today.
Chevy claims each represents a “different vision of style, personalization and performance.”
Currently the retro Camaro is sold out at least through the end of this year. It is one of GM’s few clear-cut successes as it attempts to regain momentum after emerging from bankruptcy this past summer.
The Camaro concept vehicles include:
- A “race-ready,” twin-turbocharged V6 concept built for talk show host and auto enthusiast Jay Leno.
- The Camaro Synergy concept, which has a new, limited-production exterior color due next spring. Chevy says it is “accented” with a number of production accessories and custom touches.
- The Camaro Chroma, an SS-based concept with a number of proposed future accessories.
- The Camaro Dusk, which incorporates current and proposed accessories to create a “contemporary tuner aesthetic.”
- Camaro Graphics, highlighting six proposed accessory graphics packages, with online voting by the public to gauge interest in potential future production of one or more of the packages.