The tuners at Schwabenfolia have recently put Lambo doors on a Chevrolet Camaro SS for the upcoming New York Auto Show. We’re not quite sure if this is a good look for the once tough muscle car now trying to imitate an exotic. However, there are always people out there who will try it whether it looks good or not. At least we can say the tuning company added some power under the hood with a Magnuson TSV 2300 supercharger.
With the sixth generation of the Chevrolet Corvette coming to an end, D2FORGED wheels had to hook it up with a new set rims. Installing new wheels is the most common way to tune or customize your car these days, and when you spend the extra cash on a name brand like D2FORGED, you will surely be pleased with the results. Even more so when you factor in the carbon fiber package found on this Chevy Corvette Z06.
Tampa-based tuning company 813 Customs has sent us these pictures of their latest Chevy Camaro SS Convertible which we are going to call the King of Bling. Behind all this chrome is a 2012 Chevrolet Camaro SS with the factory 6.2-liter V8 engine. The exterior has been wrapped with a chrome car wrap while the interior received a red chrome paint for the custom boxes holding multiple speakers and subwoofers. Check out the video and more pictures of all the work below. Fitting 32′s on a Chevy Camaro SS isn’t easy.
The wheel specialists from D2Forged have hooked up this Chevrolet Corvette with a new set of their MB1 rims. Wrapped in high performance tires, the wheels measure 20×10 up front while extra wide 20×13-inch rims were installed at the rear. They feature a matte black face with titanium flange stripe, along with hand painted center caps holding the D2 emblem. The staggered style of rims have been popular choices this year when tuning cars, however we’re surprised this MB1 set doesn’t have a deep dish or chrome. Most tuned Corvettes look great with a deep lip for the rear wheels, especially if it’s going to be 13 inches wide.
The custom tuners from Chrome & Carbon in Dubai have sent us these images of their Chevy Camaro widebody kit called the Guyver. Why is it called the Guyver? The name is from an older Japanese anime series where the characters transformed into robotic warriors. This sports car definitely looks like it could have been in the movie Transformers while the widebody kit is priced at 18,000 USD or 13,500 EURO and will hold plenty of carbon fiber as expected from a company named Chrome and Carbon.