The Chevrolet Camaro proved to be a popular blank canvas of sorts for aftermarket tuners presenting at SEMA last year and it looks like this year is going to be no different. We’re still several months out from the annual Las Vegas event but we already have details of one of the first concepts, and you guessed it, it’s based on the latest 2011 Chevrolet Camaro.
The new concept is being developed by CGS Motorsports, a specialist in high performance exhaust and intake systems. CGS is also one of the leading creators of many SEMA vehicles over the years and has built several vehicles for the Detroit 3 automakers.
The Camaro concept will feature custom paint, a Corvette ZR1 influenced hood, and body kit by ACS. Performance modifications will include a Whipple Ind. twin screw supercharger and a high-flow cat-back exhaust from CGS, lifting output to around 500 horsepower.
The CGS team is also designing and building handmade chrome moldings. To finish off the car, designers will also add 22 inch wheels for the front axle and 24 inches for the rear. All the rear suspension will be replaced with Chris Alston's Fab 9 rear end with a latter bar and coil over suspension.