Special Edition Camaros Honor Gen 5 | Chevrolet Dealership

November 12th, 2014 by

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In 2015, the fifth generation Camaro will be wrapping up its incredibly successful run at your local Chevrolet dealership . The revival of this iconic muscle car struck a cord with Americans, and it has been widely sold during its time.

However, Chevy is getting ready to release the next incarnation of the Camaro, so we must all tip our hats to gen five which holds the title as America’s top-selling performance car.

Chevy decided to honor the current model by showcasing two limited edition versions at this year’s SEMA show which took place in Las Vegas last week.

The Commemorative Edition offers a sweet package that certainly sends the gen five off with a bang.

The Commemorative Edition is going to be available as a convertible or a coupe. It will rock 20″ wheels, a body color front splitter, a rear spoiler, and special edition emblems on the fenders.

You can choose between the existing engine options, a 3.6-liter V6 or an upgraded 6.2-liter V8. The V8 gives you up to 426 horsepower.

It’s going to be offered with five different color combos:

  • Black/Cyber Gray stripe
  • Silver Ice Metallic/Cyber Gray stripe
  • Summit White/silver stripe
  • Ashen Gray Metallic/silver stripe
  • Red Hot/black stripe

The interior will be unique to the Commemorative Edition as well. Adrenaline Red and black leather seats give it some pop. The red also appears in the stitching on the steering wheel, instrument panel, and shift knob.

Especially because they will be sold in smaller numbers, this edition would be a truly extraordinary one to get your hands on.

The second exclusive model is based on the SS and can also be purchased as either a coupe or a convertible.

This version sports a unique body kit, a ZL1 rear spoiler, and 20-inch wheels. And the exterior has the Cyber Gray finish with rally stripes.

It definitely pays homage to the old school street racing looks of the original Camaro.

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