Recently, Chevy went public about a series of modified show cars that they are planning to bring to SEMA this year. The most exciting of which being a pair of Camaros. The new Black Accent and Red Accent editions are based on the new sixth-generation 2016 Camaro SS model.
The Black Accent concept is based on a red Camaro SS coupe and features a blacked out aero kit, fuel cover and bowtie badge, as well as satin black stripes and darkened tail lamps. This concept also has dropped suspension, 20 inch wheels, air intake and a red engine cover.
The Red Accent starts out as a Camaro SS Convertible with leather interior, blacked out bowtie badge, dropped suspension, 20 inch alloy wheels, hash-mark fender graphics, custom grille and done up with red and silver trim.
The Accent concepts are being displayed to showcase some of the accessories that Chevy is offering the new Camaro models, and will be presented at SEMA along with modified versions of the Malibu, Sierra, Sparx, Sierra and Trax.