1968 Chevrolet Camaro by Bo Zolland

The 2012 SEMA Auto Show is still months away, but we already have the first details on the models set to be displayed at the show. Bo Zolland is famous for his tuning kits for models like the Porsche Carrera S , but for SEMA, Bo Zolland has prepared a very cool tuning kit based on a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro .

The first details offered by Bo Zolland suggest that he will try to keep the original Camaro’s look, but it will still feature extensive body modifications. Most of the work will be done under the hood and in the vehicle’s mechanical parts. The new Camaro will be powered by a supercharged LS3 V8 engine and will feature a series of other parts borrowed from the 2010 Chevrolet Corvette . These parts will include a braking system and suspension bits, among other things.

The first teaser images of the Chevrolet Camaro by Bo Zolland show the car in various colors. Check them out and let us know which color you think should be used for the show car. Also, make sure you stay tuned as more details are sure to follow in the coming months.

Source: Carscoop

11 comments:

This is more action-packed. I think this one has to upgrade. For me, it’s very appealing. 

No. It’s time is done, so I think we should move on.

I don’t find this attractive, but at least, Bo Zolland made it a bit acceptable to my eyes.

If I were to be asked, I’d answer that this is only appealing to oldies. Perhaps also to those who don’t mind the appearance, just the performance.

It features a vintage elegance on its styling, and a total opposite of modern aggressiveness on its engine.

Why is this even reconsidered? I think some have suggested on bringing this up again.

I’m not sure; I’ve never been a fan of this type of a car. Bo Zolland sure loves a bulky vintage.

Only elite people with vintage tastes would love this one. I’m of the younger generation, and I can tell that our attentions are caught by innovative cars more.

You know what; despite the luxurious appeal, its style is apparently old-fashioned. On the contrary, the tuned engine is most likely powerful.

Jah, chevy its doing it best heh.

Jah, chevy its doing it best heh.

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