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Chevy Camaro Chroma Debuts At SEMA 2009

Posted in auto industry, Auto Show, Camaro, car modifications, Cars, Custom, Design, GM, New Cars, Newsworthy, Pictures, SEMA by Suzanne Denbow | November 3rd, 2009 | 1 Response |


We’re only three Camaros in and we’re already getting bored with Chevy’s SEMA festivities. This isn’t necessarily a reflection of the Camaro itself, but rather the relentless PR machine that has deadened our senses to any so-called “fantastic” Camaro news. Plus, the tuning circuit was never really our scene anyway (off-roading equipment specialists being the notable exception)…nevertheless, it is with as much contrived enthusiasm as we can muster that we bring to you the Chevy Camaro Chroma.

Like all the Camaro variants featured at SEMA this year, every modification performed on the Camaro Chroma can be achieved by any aspiring tuner ordering directly from the Chevy aftermarket accessory catalog. This includes the Summit White paint job, ground effects package, 21″ wheels, “Blade” rear spoiler, rear fender vent graphics and the front grille with body-color outer frame.

“With its silver graphics on the Summit White paint, this car has a tailored, tone-on-tone appearance that is simultaneously racy and subdued,” said Todd Parker, design manager, GM Accessory Studio. “It is a sophisticated-looking car that is easily duplicated by any customer, because all of the parts are available to build it.”

Source: Chevy

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  1. blix says:

    i’m not a fan of white cars or even the new camaro, but i admit that looks pretty sharp.