Shown here is the Camaro Red Line Series concept. Custom and concept components included: satin graphite mirror caps and window moldings; hash mark and decklid panel graphics; 20-in. wheels in satin graphite with red accent and Camaro nameplates in gloss black with red accent.
By SEMA News
Chevrolet debuted a series of accessorized concept vehicles that demonstrated the lifestyle and personalization possibilities of the brand’s latest vehicles. The collection of vehicles were all tagged with the Red Line Series label, and included the Camaro, Malibu, Silverado 1500, Colorado and Trax. The goal was to provide a real-world visual example of a cars outfitted with Chevrolet’s parts and accessories that enthusiasts can install in 2016.
All of the production and concept accessories were developed in Chevrolet’s design studio along with the vehicles. The production accessories will be available as the 2016 models arrive in dealer showrooms.
For the Camaro Redline Concept, a sixth generation Camaro was the chosen platform. Chevrolet used the new sport scar to showcase some of the new parts from Chevrolet Accessories. The Camaro sports Satin Graphite 20-inch wheels with custom red accents, new deck-lid graphics, and red fog lamp bezels. Furthermore, the Camaro received a host of performance parts.
The Red Line Series concepts share Enhanced Silver Metallic exteriors, with a custom Charcoal roof panel and Satin Graphite and red accents.