This is a special year for the Chevy, because it’s the Camaro’s 50th anniversary. It’s pretty surreal to see the iconic car celebrating 50 years since its inception, so it’s practically a no-brainer that the Camaro will get a feature at this year’s SEMA. Here’s some of the featured concepts showcased by Chevy this year:
Camaro Turbo AutoX
The AutoX name refers to autocross, with a 2.0 liter engine and an upgraded suspension, brakes, exhaust, and air intake. These upgrades make the AutoX very appealing to younger enthusiasts, and those who are just getting into the car game.
Some notable little accessories on the AutoX is the front tow hook, Euro-style side markers, rear spoiler, and a GoPro camera mount for enthusiasts who like to spend their free time on the track.
Drivers who use their vehicle off-road or as work utilities know just how important it is to have a powerful beam of light at all times. You never know when you will be somewhere without adequate surrounding lighting, so you will need to be up and ready to use your vehicle’s lighting at all times. This is a set of A-Pillar CREE LED Pod Lights that are universal fit and great for Jeeps, Trucks, SUVs, 4×4, and more. Just mount the brackets onto your vehicle’s A-pillar so the LED pod lights can function as search lights and give you an extra set of lighting.
When you’re installing your new LED bulb, there are several components in the socket that are important to note. You have the actual bulb, the bulb adapter, and the stock socket harness. During the installation process, if the LED bulb does not seem to "fit", make sure that you have removed the appropriate piece in order to make the connection.
Below, you can see the three components (from top to bottom): -Bulb -Bulb adapter -Stock socket harness
The Chevy Camaro is a very well known American muscle car not only for having amazing performance for the price, but also from the movie "Transformers." This Maroon Chevy Camaro is fitted with our iJDMTOY LED DRL/Fog Lights kit and you can see how aggressive this makes the car look. If bumblebee from the transformers had these on him, his enemies for sure wouldn’t question how strong he is.
As the automotive industry is evolving, there is no doubt that the safety features and build is also evolving. Let’s take a 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air and a 2009 Chevrolet Malibu and put them to the test. At first glance, the Chevy Bel Air looks a lot more sturdy, with the elongated hood and trunk. The Chevy Malibu comes in way shorter than the Chevy Bel Air, so it may seem that the Bel Air has more buffer in case of a severe accident.
However, once we put these two cars to the test with a head-on collision, the results are pretty eye-opening.