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2012 Chevrolet Camaro Red Zone Concept

2012 Chevrolet Camaro Red Zone Concept
design statement achieved with current and future accessories is the inspiration for the Camaro Red Zone Concept. It uses the Camaro convertible's style to demonstrate what's possible with a carefully selected collection of accessories – and it debuts a new, heritage-inspired stripe graphic that will be available soon. The result is a tasteful combination that blends contemporary style with a classic flair.
Vehicle highlights:
• New-for-2012 model year Crystal Claret exterior color with black convertible tonneau cover
• Chevrolet Accessories 21x8.5-inch silver/polished-face wheels
• Silver heritage stripe
• Chevrolet Accessories body-color grille and convertible wind screen
• Suspension lowering kit by Pedders (Chevrolet Official Licensed Product)
• Concept polished strut tower brace
• Concept 'RS' underhood liner
• Titanium leather interior with Silver Ice accents
• Black soft instrument panel insert
• Chevrolet Accessories Silver Ice door and instrument panel inserts
• Chevrolet Accessories floor mats with silver 'CAMARO' logos.
'This is a Camaro for those who want great looks and a performance personality,' said designer Adam Barry. 'It's a simple yet dramatic statement that is uniquely Camaro.'

Source - Chevrolet

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