Chevrolet Camaro voted hottest car at 2011 SEMA show

Chevrolet Camaro voted hottest car at 2011 SEMA show

For the second year in a row, the Chevrolet Camaro has been voted the “hottest car” at SEMA.

The annual award, dubbed the SEMA Award, recognizes the most accessory-friendly vehicle based on the volume of aftermarket parts exhibited for it.

Note, this is only the award’s second year, and as mentioned the Camaro managed to take home top honors last year as well.

The fact that the Camaro is the most popular car for aftermarket tuners is no surprise given its sales success over the past couple of years. Chevrolet managed to post 6,119 Camaro sales in October alone, again leading the segment and outselling its Ford Mustang rival nine times out of the 10 months in 2011 so far.

In addition to the throng of modified Camaros on show at SEMA this week, Chevrolet brought its own contingent of customized Camaro concepts, which you access more info on by following the links below.

Camaro Hot Wheels Concept

COPO Camaro Concept

Camaro ZL1 Carbon Concept

Camaro 1LE Concept

In addition to the hottest car category, the SEMA Award also recognizes the most popular vehicle in the sport compact, 4X4 and SUV, and truck segments. This year, the Fiat 500 took out the Sport Compact award, while the Jeep Wrangler took out the 4X4 and SUV award, and the Ford F-Series was voted the hottest truck.

For our complete coverage of the 2011 SEMA show, click here.