Chevrolet Camaro SS by DD Customs delivers 349kW

Chevrolet Camaro SS by DD Customs front quarter

DD Customs from the Hanseatic City of Hamburg has wheeled out their customised 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS.

Sporting various cosmetic and performance enhancements, the tuner set to work on the car’s 6.2-litrer V8 lungs by giving it a K&N air filter system, a 2-inch fan manifold, two 200-cell race catalysers and a flap-controlled exhaust system with four 115mm thick end pipes.

Chevrolet Camaro SS by DD Customs rear quarter-1

The result leads to a total output of 349kW (474PS) and 609Nm, up from the factory output of 313kW (426PS) and 569Nm. With open flaps, the V8 also screams louder than before.

A raft of chassis optimisation has also been undertaken, including dropping its ride height via a KW Variant 1 suspension and fitting a set of rare Drewske STC-10 black and red aluminium wheel rims. It measures a massive 9×22-inch front and 11×22-inch rear, wrapped in 265/30R22 front and 305/25R22 rear tyres.

Chevrolet Camaro SS by DD Customs rear diffuser and quad pipes

On the outside, there is a front lip spoiler made of carbon fibre, a carbon cowl and a carbon fibre rear diffuser perfectly framing the four gigantic exhaust pipes to complete the looks.



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