The 2010 Chevrolet Camaro has been named the official vehicle of this year’s SEMA aftermarket show in November. This means that a handful of Camaros to be on display at the show. Some customizers might even get a chance to work their magic on one—we’re checking with Chevrolet on that.

SEMA says the Camaro’s "official vehicle" billing is in lieu of its traditional practice of naming an official manufacturer of the show.

The Camaro Coupe will go into production in February 2009, while the Convertible version will follow several months later, with production starting in December 2009.

SEMA is Nov. 4-7 in Las Vegas. It will not be opened to the public, but TopSpeed will be there bringing photos and video.


Source: Autoweek

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