Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels Concept video 2011 Sema

General Motors and Hot Wheels unveiled a new version of the Camaro and flashy.

The SEMA Show opened today in Las Vegas and one of the iconic models of this edition is the 2011 Hot Wheels Camaro. Designed by GM Design studio in Michigan and one of Hot Wheels in California, she draws on 16 models, among the first Hot Wheels signed and released in 1968.

The Camaro Concept Hot Wheels is known by his livery 'Chrome Green', reinterpreting a color released in 1968. The center of the black wheels 20 'but also the exhaust outlets are circled in red. On the cover there are large air inlets, the grate and the front spoiler are borrowed from the ZL1.

On the sides, but also on the black upholstery, the Hot Wheels logo appears. At the rear of the green flames also recall the symbol of the brand models. The Camaro Concept has the Hot Wheels V8 block 6.2 of the ZL1. Of course, it will also be disclaimed scale Hot Wheels 1 / 64.

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