Any tuning kits for the Chevrolet Camaro typically take advantage of the muscle car’s coupe form, but Revolution Styling PR have gone a different route by capitalizing on the convertible version of this hot ride. With extensive modifications, including their own patent pending forward tilt hood, the tuning company has developed the world’s first Turbocharged Camaro Spyder. The model will be based on the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro and will be limited to 20 units per year. The price for the conversion will range from $50,000 to $80,000 and will be sold at Chevrolet dealers starting in June 2011.

The first unit of the Camaro Spyder was revealed at the 2011 Camaro5 event in Chandler, Arizona. It featured a 610-hp /6.2-liter eight-cylinder turbo engine and was painted in red jewel metallic exterior with piano black rally stripes and a reverse opening hood. The patent pending forward tilt hood is combined with LED lighting for a more high end look. A birth certificate and additional window sticker is produced for each special production car as well.

Hit the jump to read more about the Chevrolet Camaro Spyder by Revolution Styling.

  • 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Spyder by Revolution Styling
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    eight-cylinder turbo
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    6200 L
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    4 sec.
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    180 mph
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Exterior and Interior

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The Camaro Spyder features a Revolution Brand Ram air hood, a front chin spoiler with a cosmetic air inlet, large ACS composite air inlets for optimal cooling of brakes, intercoolers and radiators, a front chin, GMpp Rocker panel replacements, and a rear deck spoiler. Customers can also opt for vented front fenders, a rear diffuser with center exit exhaust, and some grille-work. The car will sit on four multi-piece USW Forged light-alloy wheels that are 21-inch in diameter.

On the interior, the Camaro Spyder adds soft Italian leather and perforated alcantara offered in any color option imaginable. Embroidered floor mats and headrests are also added as a personal touch, along with the interior package the customer so chooses.

The tuned-up Camaro will also be offered with LED halo-ring headlamps, Bluetooth connectivity, rear parking assist, and a 245-watt, Boston Acoustics sound system.


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Under the hood, Revolution Styling has placed a 6.2-liter eight-cylinder turbo engine with an output of 610 HP and 578 lb-ft. The tuner announced a 0 to 60 mph sprint time of 4 seconds and a top speed of 180 mph.

The engine benefits from a 76mm large Turbonetics unit, more efficient intercoolers, and Magnaflow stainless-steel high-performance exhaust with four tailpipes. In order for the drop top beast to handle all of that added power, the tuner has also added a new suspension, a better coil spring rate, maximum damper sway bars, and Brembo four-piston calipers with hydraulic brake assist.


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Revolution Styling PR will build only 20 units a year and prices for the conversion will range from $50,000 to $80,000.


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This might be the first Spyder version of the Chevrolet Camaro, but it’s definitely not the first tuning package based on the muscle car. Baldwin Motion worked on their version, called the "Fantastic Five," which consists of five different upgrade levels with power ranging from 525 to 800 HP.

Lingenfelter is also offering an impressive package for the muscle car. Their package is offered with a 7.0-liter V8 engine with twin GT30R turbochargers that develops 800 HP.

Obviously, both of these packages offer a much higher power output than Revolution Styling, but their package has the benefit of being added to a convertible version of the Camaro. That in itself is a huge bonus.

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  (419) posted on 12.7.2011

I’m getting bored on the platform of Chevrolet Camaro! Well, I hope that they would use a refreshing design for their future vehicles. Anyway, I’m still impressed on its engine specification.

  (374) posted on 09.16.2011

The design looks so simple and ordinary, but the car lines that this convertible car had gives some beauty on it, despite that I still find it very appealing.

  (570) posted on 06.8.2011

It’s a really a good thing that they have worked a lot on this Camaro Spyder. At first, I thought that this would just come out as something really cool.

  (530) posted on 05.20.2011

Yeah, they really worked a lot on the engine upgrades that they have used for this package. And it’s a good thing that it fits in well with the aesthetics of the car.

  (415) posted on 05.18.2011

More than the looks, the thing that I like about this package is the performance. While the increase in power that they were able to add isn’t really mindblowing, it is still topnotch.

  (394) posted on 05.18.2011

Good thing that they have added that roll bar behind the seats. That one really retains much of the Camaro’s look despite being a topless ride.

  (488) posted on 05.17.2011

Yeah, I would agree that a topless Camaro looks a bit weird. But I think it also is rather cool at that. Especially with that red paint that they have used.

  (377) posted on 05.17.2011

I really like what’s going on in Chevy Camaro. Just recently, I have noticed that they are releasing a car that has a high performing engine and the power output is quite incredible. BTW, this Spyder version for muscle car is quite admiring for me especially the red paint job.

  (276) posted on 05.17.2011

Never thought that I would actually see a Camaro Spyder for real. And now that I have seen it, I actually find the idea a little odd. Maybe I am just too attached to the old school Camaro.

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