Chevy SEMA

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All of the Chevy Atlanta dealers were excited about the 2015 Camaro Commemorative Edition Debut at SEMA, including us at Southtowne. This concept vehicle celebrates the success of the fifth-generation Camaro.

This standout car attracted the attention of car dealers in Newnan GA, Camaro fans and new buyers who have never even owned a Chevy. The unique features of the Camaro Commemorative Special Edition featured commemorative fender emblems, a unique stripe, 20-inch wheels, body-color front splitter and a ZL1 rear spoiler. Chevy is now offering this slick-looking car in five exterior color combinations, including red hot with black stripe, ashen gray metallic with silver stripe, black with cyber gray stripe, summit white silver stripe and red hot with black stripe. Its new adrenaline red interior is only offered in this commemorative edition. With this option, there’s plenty of bold red with red stitching on the seats, door trim armrest, center console and instrument panel.

Other Chevy concept cars at the 2015 SEMA included a Stingray styled with KISS front man Paul Stanley and a vintage third-generation Corvette built in collaboration with NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson.

The godfather of the Camaro Special Editions is the 1969 Camaro Indy Pace car. While it was born on the track, the follow-up special editions have evolved into aggressiveness and sportiness for the road. All around, the Camaro special editions are a grand tradition that continues today. It’s a reflection of traditional heritage.

The 2015 Camaro Commemorative Special Edition is available 2SS and 2LT coupes and convertibles. An added perk is that it includes the RS package. With the 2015 Camaro Commemorative Edition, the Camaro is on track to be America’s favorite performance car for the fifth year in a row. Find it this spring at Southtown Newnan.

 

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