The countdown to SEMA continues as Chevrolet has unveiled the Camaro SS Shock concept.
Designed to preview an assortment of options and accessories for the facelifted muscle car, the concept is named after its Shock yellow paint job which will be offered on the production model early next year. The color is certainly eye-catching as it’s basically a high visibility safety jacket that you can drive.
Besides the special paint job, the Camaro has been equipped with accessories and performance parts as well as concept components. The company didn’t go into details, but the concept features black hood stripes, black mirror caps and dark wheels. We can also see a ground effects package which includes a front splitter and extended side skirts.
While Chevrolet was tight-lipped about specifications, the automaker said the 2019 Camaro will be offered with an “expanded portfolio of accessories and performance parts.” Key highlights include cold-air induction kits, a Brembo front brake kit and suspension components sourced from the Camaro 1LE. Customers can also order Recaro sport seats, a black spoiler and a fuel door with an exposed carbon fiber insert.
Besides the Camaro SS Shock, Chevrolet will unveil a customized Camaro LT convertible at SEMA. The company declined to release pictures, but said the model will have a Satin Steel Grey Metallic exterior with red accents and “additional accessories.”
There’s no word on performance specifications, but the 2019 Camaro is offered with an assortment of engines including everything from a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 275 hp (205 kW / 278 PS) to a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 developing 650 hp (485 kW / 659 PS).