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Just by its name alone, you can immediately determine that this 2015 Chevrolet Suburban was created with the young and adventurous in mind. Likely no middle-aged person will understand the ’half-pipe’ tag, but for those that lived along the same time as the X-Games explosion, half-pipe is synonymous with action sports.

That’s why when Chevrolet decided to develop this Suburban, it had the young ones in mind and true to form, the Half-Pipe Concept comes with plenty of features that will tug at the heartstrings of action junkies. Chevrolet Accessories’ roof rack and crossbars were mounted on the roof of the SUV, serving the dual purpose of mounting skis or snowboards into them. And for a more distinctive appearance, the automaker also added a set of 22-inch wheels and center caps.

Inside, the modifications continue with leather-trimmed seats and a Blu-ray-based entertainment system in case the young ones need to take a break from all skiing and snowboarding, and prefer to unwind in the confines of their own mobile entertainment unit.

The Chevrolet Suburban Half-Pipe Concept is tailor-made for a specific market. Even so, it doesn’t mean that it’s limited to that exclusive group. Everybody can enjoy what the SUV is offering, even if you’re not so much into the action stuff.

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Our own Mark McNabb is present and accounted for at the Miami International Auto Show , and he is all set to start snapping off pictures galore of the various cars gracing the show. The first tasty bit of information that Mark snagged up for us was a press release announcing the the 2014 Corvette Stingray is the "Official Car" of the 2013 Miami Auto Show.

Since its debut, more and more press just keeps on rolling in for the Stingray, with the vast majority of it being good. Sure, there are some folks — my cousin included — that simply cannot stand the new Stingray, but I personally love the new look and the fact that GM wasn’t afraid to ditch signature items, like the dual-round taillights, to prove that this was the start of a new era for the Corvette .

The one item that irked us a little here at TopSpeed was the use of the Stingray name after it was retired so long ago. Well, according to the press release from the auto show, Chevy actually never intended to attach the "Stingray" nameplate to the C7 Corvette. According to John Fitzpatrick, Chevrolet Performance Cars Marketing Manager, "We set out to build the greatest Corvette we could. It wasn’t until after we got done with it that that we said, `You know, this really does remind everybody of the `63, in terms of not only the look of the car but how the car feels and how it reacts.’"

He continued "We thought it was natural to add the Stingray name at that point."

With that clarification in mind, we are pleased to know that the reuse of the famed moniker was not simply a marketing ploy, and it came organically.

Well, we tip our hats to GM and the official car of the 2013 Miami International Auto Show, the 2014 Stingray!

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Chevrolet has already introduced a handful of SEMA -bound vehicles for a handful of its models. Now it’s the big boys’ turn to get their share of the spotlight.

The 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe was only revealed a few months ago and expectations for the SUV are high, especially for a model that has received a surge in popularity in recent years.

At the 2013 SEMA Auto Show, the all-new Tahoe showed off its law-enforcement abilities with the Tahoe Police Concept, and just days later, GM released the production model. Unsurprisingly, the production version is literally identical to the concept.

As the name suggests, this SUV was treated to a full-on law-enforcement makeover, complete with a massive bull horn, emergency lights, police badging, and a new set of 17-inch steel wheels. Take a look inside and you’ll see a full gadgetry of police paraphernalia, including those mobile laptop computers, a police transmitter, and somewhere that we can’t see, we assume there are some firearms, or at least, firearm holsters in there, too.

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Black has always been one of our favorite colors on SUVs. It’s sleek, it’s intimidating and it’s all around bad-ass.

That’s probably why we immediately stood up and took notice of the SEMA -bound Chevrolet Tahoe Black Concept when the automaker released details of the concept SUV.

It’s definitely a stylized version of the fourth-generation Tahoe and something that we should hope to see in dealerships sometime in the coming year.

There aren’t a lot of noticeable upgrades done on the Tahoe Black Concept, but the overall package is definitely production worthy, especially when you see the all-black profile come with a blacked-out exterior trim to go with an aerodynamic body kit package, tinted headlamp lenses, tinted windows and a set of 22-inch, custom-painted wheels from Chevrolet Accessories.

Even the interior joined in on the black treatment, thanks to the fine leather Chevy dressed it up with to match the Carbon Flash Metallic trim accents.

It’s not the flashiest program you’ll ever see at the 2013 SEMA Auto Show, but for our money, it’s one of those concepts that will likely have a future outside of only being displayed in auto events. We don’t know when it’s going to be, but we have a feeling that the Chevrolet Tahoe Black Concept will be a production model soon.

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The 2013 SEMA Show often welcomes projects that are modded like mad, but sometimes, the adage ’less is more’ has equal value in a place like SEMA. This year, Chevrolet is proving as much with the introduction of the Silverado Cheyenne Concept.

On the outside, you might not think of any comprehensive upgrade given to this Silverado. Actually, you really have to look real closely at the pickup to notice the carbon-fiber replacements given to a number of the pickups exterior components, including the bumpers, the inner cargo box, and the tailgate. Not only does the carbon fiber make the Silverado look more exotic, but it also shaves around 200 pounds off the pickups overall weight.

Outside of the "obvious" enhancements, the Silverado Cheyenne Concept also benefits from a lowered ride height, a rear stabilizer bar, a set of 19-inch wheels that it borrowed from the Camaro Z/28 and Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes.

Moving inside, you’re going to see Recaro sport seats take the place of the standard seats, while a flat-bottom steering wheel also was installed in favor of the normal configuration.

No engine upgrades were given, less the throaty Borla exhaust system, but given the reduction in weight, you can expect the Silverado Cheyenne Concept’s performance figures to go up a tick, albeit a small one at that. That’s not a small feat considering that Chevy’s new EcoTec3 6.2-liter, V-8 engine produces 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque – the highest rated output in the light-duty truck segment, and 65-horsepower and 77 lb-ft more than the production 5.3-liter, V-8 engine.

Hm, do we smell a possible production high-performance Chevy truck to do battle with the Ram 1500 Rumble Bee and Ford F-150 Tremor ? It’s possible...

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The Chevrolet Camaro Performance Garage Concept may be based on the Camaro SS , but it’s also a track-oriented muscle car that carries a host of performance components from the SS’ big brothers: the Z/28 and ZL1 .

Safe to say, this is the ultimate Camaro mash-up, something that a lot of enthusiasts will be looking into if Chevrolet decides to drop the ’concept’ label and send this car into production, even on a limited basis.

Not taking any shortcuts on giving the Garage Camaro Concept the modifications it deserves, Chevrolet Accessories added a host of new aero components on the muscle car. These components are highlighted by RS headlamps and taillights, a new rear spoiler and grille, blacked-out mirrors, a new rear diffuser, and, of course, a set of satin-black, 10-spoke Track Pack wheels.

There are also a number of "Chevrolet Performance" graphics on the muscle car, particularly on the windshield header and rockers, ensuring that the concept’s characteristics are remembered by those who see it.

In addition to the aesthetic and aero upgrades, Chevy also spent a lot of time tweaking the Camaro Garage Concept’s performance credentials, using components sourced from the ZL1 and the Z/28 parts pins. The short-throw shifter and the brake system were taken from the former. The latter’s parts are well-represented too, including: “Shorty” exhaust headers, a 2.75-inch exhaust system, front ride/handling links, rear upper control arms, stabilizer bars, a Helical differential with an internal cooling system, brake ducts and racing-derived DSSV (Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve) dampers.

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In what has become somewhat of a tradition for Chevrolet at SEMA , the Bowtie-bearing brand is preparing to introduce a new version of its drag-racing mastodon, the COPO Camaro.

At the 2013 SEMA Auto Show, the COPO program returns with all the design tweaks and modifications given to the 2014 Camaro. This time, the factory-built dragster will immediately hit production with the same 69-unit allocation, making it another must-have Camaro for enthusiasts and drag racers alike.

The 2014 COPO Camaro will also come with a pair of new racing engines, including a revised take on the naturally aspirated 427 engine, as well as a supercharged version of the 350-cubic-inch engine that we first saw tucked comfortably under the hood of the 2013 COPO Camaro. The latter will also receive a 2.9-liter Whipple, screw-type compressor, as if all the mechanical workings done on the engine aren’t enough on their own.

Naturally aspirated 350- and 396-cubic-inch engines are also set to be offered for the 2014 COPO Camaro, giving buyers plenty of options to choose from as far as their preferred engine choice is going to be for their Camaro drag racer.

All 2014 COPO Camaros come standard with an NHRA-approved roll cage and suspension, and feature an exclusive live rear axle.

In somewhat of another similar move, or possibly to drive up the car’s PR-worthiness — as if it needed any — Chevrolet will send the first production COPO Camaro to Barret-Jackson this coming January for the Scottsdale, Arizona Auction. The proceeds from the auction will be sent directly to the Achilles Freedom Team of Wounded Veterans.

There’s plenty to love about the 2014 COPO Camaro. We’re sure that a lot of people share our sentiments, which is to say that those interested in scooping one up better get their finances in order before all 69 models are accounted for.

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The Chevrolet SS may not get the same love as the Corvette and Camaro in the Bowtie’s lineup, but sleeping on this raunchy sedan is a big mistake.

NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon will likely reprimand you for doing so.

The SS is all business and at the 2013 SEMA Show , Chevrolet is preparing a concept SS and its tying up with, you guessed, Jeff Gordon himself.

The vehicle, appropriately billed as the Jeff Gordon SS Performance Sedan Concept, is a refreshing program on the muscular sedan that plays to the creativity of the multi-titled NASCAR driver. Gordon’s all-business personality was clearly translated onto the concept, as shown by the classy satin exterior finish that effuses a no-nonsense approach the SS wants to be known for.

A handful of No. 24 graphics can be found throughout the exterior, splashing a nice touch of flavor to the sedan and giving it that aesthetic balance that you’d want to see in a car coming to SEMA. The SS also receives a new custom front grille, a carbon-fiber rear spoiler, and a set of custom-finished, 20-inch wheels, all of which play equal parts in providing a strength of character to the SS.

Inside, the changes were kept to a minimum, but still distinct enough to spruce up the cabin. Perforated suede seat inserts and embroidered headrests are the most distinctive upgrades, with a racing-style flat-bottom steering wheel and Chevrolet Accessories pedal kit added in for good measure.

Other modifications added into the package include a lowered suspension, high-performance brakes and a Borla exhaust system. No other performance mods were given, which is a little disappointing, but hey, if you have a 6.2-liter, V-8 engine that packs 415 horsepower and 415 pound-feet of torque in tow, chances are, you won’t be too disappointed about it.

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Nearly every year that it’s been in existence, Chevrolet displayed a special-edition Camaro at the 2013 SEMA Show , and it looks like this year won’t be any exception. Despite the Camaro’s home market ramping up for wintertime, Chevrolet will display the Camaro Spring edition at SEMA.

Based on the 2LT or 2SS trims, the new Camaro Spring Edition is distinguished by a Summit White exterior with Blue Ray stripe and a blue fabric top on convertible models. The model will also feature a body-colored ZL1 spoiler, and a ground-effect package, grille and 21-inch wheels from Chevrolet Accessories. The Spring Edition will borrow a set of HID headlights and LED taillights from the Camaro RS .

For the interior, the concept gains a white trim kit with Blue Ray accents. Also included are blue leather seats and floor mats from Chevrolet Accessories.

Under the hood, the 2LT model will come with its typical 323-horsepower, V-6 engine, and the 2SS version will make use of a 6.2-liter, V-8 engine with an output of 426 horsepower when combined with the six-speed manual transmission or 400 ponies with the six-speed automatic.

Overall, this concept is a nice display of some of the options that Chevrolet Accessories offers its customers. Fortunately, there is nothing over the top, and Chevy chose not to update it with anything that is not available to its customers.

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For this year’s SEMA Show , which kicks off in just a few hours, Chevrolet has prepared a series of Corvette Stingray models inspired by different regions of the U.S.

This Corvette Stingray Convertible Atlantic Concept takes inspiration from the east and west coasts, and it features sophisticated styling enhancements inspired by a private jet.

The concept is coated in a elegant Blade Silver hue combined with a Carbon Flash Metallic front splitter, rocker extensions and rear lower diffuser. The headlamp housings and the hood accents are painted Fusion Gray, while the interior gets a suede package.

There are also a few other updates to round it all out, including chrome, five-spoke wheels sized 19-by-8.5 inches in front and 20-by-10 inches out back, a Carbon Flash Metallic rear license-plate holder, molded splash guards, a behind-the-seats windscreen to reduce turbulence with the top down ,custom luggage and an embroidered center armrest with the Stingray logo.

With exception of the sweet color and the pretty sick rocker extensions, this concept is rather "blah." But it is the Stingray, so awesomeness is built-in from the factory.

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