If you were curious about the car Chevrolet would present at the long-awaited SEMA show, then we have to tell you this time the American automaker has offered a chance to its cheapest Camaro on the market, by giving it a bit of update and a new paint job to alert the world to its presence.
The Turbo AutoX uses a suspension kit that drops the car 0.75 inch thanks to shorter, firmer springs and matched shocks. It also gets a front brake upgrade in the form of larger, 370-mm, two-piece, slotted rotors with six-piston Brembo calipers. For a bit more sound- and reduced back pressure- the company then added its performance exhaust with a four-inch exhaust outlet. To take this Camaro a step further, Chevrolet proceeded to develop and install some concept parts. Adding to its cornering capability is a front strut-tower bar and thicker anti-roll bars, plus wide, 285-mm tires on 20-inch wheels. On the power side, the company provided this Camaro with a cold-air intake and ECU tune, which adds an unspecified amount of power.
Quite obviously, Chevrolet didn't skimp on making this Camaro look interesting either. The tennis-ball-yellow paint job is accented with silver and black striping. The rear bumper and side skirts are from a Chevrolet Accessories ground effects kit, while the front spoiler and hood are nicked from a Camaro SS. There's also a tow hook and a GoPro camera mount, which are staples of the autocross and track-day set. The inside gets some attention, too, by way of a bolt-in harness bar, a carbon-fiber instrument panel insert, and a suede-covered steering wheel, shift knob, and boot.