Wide-Body Chevy Camaro SS On Custom Wheels Is Such A Drama Queen

If cars could choose where they want to live, then this 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS would likely opt for a racetrack or a mountain scenery. It would need a very smooth surface to not wrinkle its new body kit, though, and the occasional TLC, but not much else.

Love it or hate it, it has achieved the bedroom door poster status thanks to its visual mods. Bolt-on fender flares, modified bumpers with add-ons, new side skirts, updated bonnet and a ducktail spoiler give it a very Japanese vibe. At the same time, the Ferrada FR8 wheels, 12×20-inch in diameter on both axles, as well as the adjustable air suspension, contribute to its special stance.

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According to the wheelmaker, which is behind the photo shoot, the Stage 3 wide-body kit and the rest of the mods will soon be joined by a so-called phase 2. They didn’t give any insights as to what it may get, although it’s probably a custom interior or a tuning job in the engine compartment. The 6.2-liter V8 pumps out 455 horsepower and 455 pound-feet (616 Nm) of torque, rocketing the stock Camaro SS to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 4.0 seconds. The car can run the quarter mile in just a little over 12 seconds.

Aside from the image set, the company responsible for the aftermarket wheels has released a very exciting film starring this special Camaro SS. It’s only 1 and a half minutes long, but it will probably make the car grow on you. We know it had that effect on us.

 

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  • Six_Tymes

    I think this would have looked good without the tack on “wide body”

  • Bash

    This looks mean and completely unnecessary, I mean its over done.

  • Arthur

    A car with those looks needs to be wielding at the very least hellcat level power. Also the brakes need upgrading, those stock ones won’t do.

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