The annual SEMA show is just around the corner and Chevrolet has unveiled its Camaro SS Shock concept which is destined for the show.
Named after its “Shock” bright yellow paint job which is set to be offered on the production model early next year, the concept was also created to preview a range of options and accessories for the updated muscle car.
On the styling front, the special paint finish is complimented by black bonnet stripes, black mirror caps, a set of black wheels, as well as a front splitter and extended side skirts which are, you guessed it, finished in black.
Customers can also option the car up with Recaro sport seats, a black spoiler and a fuel cap with exposed carbon fibre insert.
Besides a range of tasty accessories and performance parts, Chevrolet says the Camaro SS Shock also features concept components. While the company didn’t go into details, some of the car’s performance parts include cold-air induction kits, a Brembo front brake kit and suspension components pinched from the Camaro 1LE.
No performance details have been released either but in standard form, the muscle car packs a 6.2-litre supercharged V8 developing 485kW of power. A turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder with 205kW is also on offer.
Meanwhile, Australians will soon be able to get their hands on a right-hook Camaro, thanks to HSV. However, the model offered locally is the pre-facelift, 2018 model featuring an aspirated 6.2-litre V8 churning out 339kW and 617Nm.