Get Low, Bro: Slammed Chevrolet Camaro SS is usually an Instant Cliche
Auto shows, like the big aftermarket one in Las Vegas we can’t stop talking about right today, are an opportunity for manufacturers to brag about their cars as well as demonstrate what they’re capable of. They’re a chance to display the possibilities. Chevrolet, at the 2016 SEMA show, is usually exaggerating the many facets of the Camaro with the Turbo AutoX, the COPO, as well as This specific, the SS Slammer concept.
Despite sounding like a WWE event taking place on a Liberty ship, the Slammer is usually a custom, lowered muscle car which follows a pretty traditional modification formula: paint plus wheels plus suspension. The Slammer comes out of the shadows with a tricoat Dazzling Black paint job as well as sits low over street-rod-inspired 22-inch front as well as 24-inch rear chrome wheels, thanks to an air-adjustable suspension.
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Of course, Chevrolet wanted to use some items coming from its own parts catalog, so the auto features a brand-sourced ground-effects package, black bow-tie as well as Camaro badges, tinted lights, Brembo front brakes, as well as a Chevrolet Performance axle-back stainless-steel exhaust system. Some finishing touches include a painted engine cover, “custom closeouts from the engine-compartment panels,” as well as an Adrenaline Red Inside. Under the hood is usually a stock 455-hp LT1 V-8, paired that has a six-speed manual transmission.
Chevy’s aim with the Slammer was to be big as well as bold, although considering what else usually shows up in Sin City, This specific car is usually almost low-key.