Last year at SEMA, the Chevrolet Camaro established itself like a popular blank canvas of sorts for aftermarket tuners. It appears that this year too, the case is going to be no different. The annual Las Vegas event is still several months away but here are the details of one of the first concepts based on the latest 2011 Chevrolet Camaro that already is in public domain.
CGS Motorsports, which is a specialist in very high execution exhaust and intake systems and also one of the prominent manufacturers of a large number of SEMA vehicles over several years, is developing a new concept. CGS has built distinct and individual vehicles for the Detroit 3 auto manufacturer.
A custom paint, a Corvette ZR1 influenced hood, and body kit by ACS are some of the prominent features of the Camaro concept. The concept also incorporate certain performance upgrades that will be made up of a Whipple Ind. twin screw supercharger along with a high-flow cat-back exhaust from CGS. This under the hood improvement would result in lifting output to around 500 HP.
The handmade chrome moldings are also being designed and ramped up by the CGS team. The designers will wrap up the car by also adding 22 inch wheels for the front end axle and 24 inches for the back end. Chris Alston’s Fab 9 rear end shall replace all of the rear suspensions. A latter bar and coil over suspension adds to the Chris Alston’s Fab 9.