Chevrolet, along with various other manufacturers, are now wholly catering for the most die hard fans of the brand – the aftermarket enthusiasts. The Synergy Series of limited edition Camaros will feature a new, differently themed customized model each year. The first Camaro Synergy model was the 2010 Synergy Green special-edition car. As you would expect, the Camaro Synergy Series 2011 model contains a mix of exterior and interior accessories that sets it apart from the normal Camaro. These include an exclusive gray interior with red accent stitching throughout, which is based on the Camaro Chroma, a show car first exhibited at SEMA in 2009.
Some of what you can look forward to includes Cyber Gray paint, a Chevrolet accessory grille and ground effects package, 21-inch painted wheels, and a body colored antenna. Inside, it’s all as special as a Camaro gets, with a bit more of an individualistic feel. The gray theme is carried through from the exterior with matching gray leather and red stitching on the seats, steering wheel, door panels, console lid, shifter boot, shift knob, and headrest. A red instrument cluster and accent lighting gets the nod over the boring stock items. The Silver Ice interior accessory trim kit and floor mats with red border and silver Camaro lettering look right at home in the Synergy model. Functional and cool additions are the footwell and cupholder lighting.
Performance mods also appear on the special addition – the 6.2 liter LS3 V8 is mated to a six-speed manual tranny along with sports a Hurst shifter and red cam covers to identify the power hike. Stopping is courtesy of Brembo brakes, complete with matching red calipers that sit lower to the ground thanks to the Pedders suspension lowering kit.
We’ll find out more about the Synergy Series when we hit the SEMA show floor this week!