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.
The tuners at Lingenfelter have released two new tuning kits for the Chevrolet Camaro sports car. It starts out with the Signature Series 1 which consists of several new aero parts, a new hood, revised grille, front spoiler, side skirts, and trunk spoiler round out the package. The styling upgrades continue inside the Chevy Camaro with new embroidery for the seats, aluminum pedals, and a number plaque to note its rarity. Performance modifications are modest, but do feature a sport suspnesion kit and Magnaflow high performance exhaust.
Here is the 2011 MOTION Chevy Camaro Phase III that was on display at the Super Chevy Show in Palm Beach, Florida. It was held at the Florida International Raceway last weekend, and this car packs a real punch with a GM LS7 427 aluminum block engine holding a 2.8-liter Twin-Screw Supercharger producing 800 horsepower. The Camaro creation comes from the partnership of tuners Joel Rosen and Howard Tanner of Redline Motorsports. Rosen created the Baldwin-Motion 427 and 454 Camaros, while saying, “Back in the day we built record-setting 500-horsepower big-block Camaros and backed them up with warranties. My new 427-SC delivers 300 more horsepower…And, it has a one-year, 12,000-mile warranty.”
The tuners from aLL STaR Performance have revealed this image of the custom Chevy Camaro SS set to debut at the 2010 SEMA Show in a few weeks. They’ve been teasing the tuning enthusiasts with the Camaro under wraps, but we now have the clear picture of the project. From what we can see, Gene Marcel will take a more conservative route with this car, keeping the natural lines of the Chevy Camaro in tack. The paint job comes courtesy of Dupont, while a set of Forgestar wheels wrapped in Falken high performance tires complete the exterior.
Hurst Performance has released a limited edition package for the Chevy Camaro Series 5. Trying to keep it exclusive, only 50 of these models will be made each year, and will be painted with Hurst’s white and gold colors. It received a unique feature with a gold mica in the white and gloss black graphics that were placed along the hood, sides, and rear. The most interesting detail about this Hurst Performance Camaro are the custom forged alloy rims measuring 20-inches that come wrapped in BFG KDW high performance tires. Improving the aesthetic value even further is an AIR-SPEED rear deck spoiler to separate it from the norm.
Texas based high-end tuners, Hennessey Performance has increased the performance of the LS9 powered Chevy Camaro, dubbed the HPE700. This Rally Yellow color is sure to be a head turner, and the performance numbers are just as eye-popping. This is the second Chevy Camaro HPE700 to be released by the tuning company, the first was a Cyber Gray Metallic finish with blue stripes unveiled at last year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Besides the flashy body styling and bright paint, the custom pony car boasts the supercharged LS9 engine, capable of producing 705 hp and 717 lb-ft of torque.
Chris Fesler and Jon Moss have revealed their latest tuning package for the Chevy Camaro in which they named it the Limited Edition Package. The first Camaro Enhancement Package turned out to be a success priced at $55,000 or $150,000 with the car included depending on the parts, but this time they have taken it even further. Included in the package is a completely carbon fiber Fesler-Moss body kit to give an extra aggressive look, along with front and rear sway bars, Fesler billet grille, billet tail lights, and carbon fiber or black reverse lights. Finishing touches for the exterior involve a stainless steel hood, trunk struts, and Corvette style door handles with a custom paint job and racing stripes placed accordingly.
Drop Top Customs has taken the Chevy Camaro and done something not many would even consider doing to their car, chop the roof off! The tuning company is based out of Florida, under Convertible Builders LLC, and they do some of the most interesting modifications I’ve ever seen. Taking several different models, they turn each into a convertible soft-top with extensive custom work and structural reinforcements. Some other models they have converted to convertibles include the Dodge Challenger, Cadillac CTS, and the Chrysler 300C. This 2010 Chevrolet Camaro will be revealed at the SEMA Auto Show, and should be the center of attention with this customization.
Chevy car tuning professionals, Chris Fessler and Jon Moss bring us the 2010 Fessler-Moss Chevrolet Camaro Limited Edition available in three different packages. The first package called the Camaro Enhancement Package includes several aftermarket modifications and is priced at $55,000 with the car included, or $15,000 without. Parts in the kit are an adjustable suspension, 22 inch Fessler wheels, performance tires, cold air intake, remote start system, deep cycle battery, and billet carbon fiber or black light taillights. Performance enhancements are also available and include an engine swap (LS7 or LS9), supercharger, exhaust system, dynotune, and brake upgrades. The second package from Fessler-Moss is the Camaro Competition Package, and it is priced at $90,000 with the car, and $50,000 without. It includes all the features of the first package, along with a carbon fiber body kit, supercharged V8, interior audio upgrades, 6-piston Pro plus Fessler brake system, and carbon fiber interior pieces.