A 2016 Chevrolet Camaro that was built for SEMA 2019 is looking for a new home and it certainly isn’t for the faint of heart.
Each year, car builders and customization shops around the world create wild projects for SEMA. Practicality and usability go out of the window when designing a car for SEMA and instead, it is all about making a statement. That’s exactly what this Camaro does.
The eBay listing reveals that the Chevy has been fitted with a complete widebody kit that adds aggressive flared front and rear wheel arches. It has also been fitted with a Camaro SS front bumper and sports a pronounced carbon fiber rear lip spoiler, carbon fiber trunk lid, and carbon fiber diffuser. The car is also rocking a carbon fiber hood, an LED grille from American Authority, aftermarket headlights and taillights, carbon wing mirrors, and rolls on a set of BBS wheels measuring 20×11.5 at the front and 20×13 at the rear, wrapped in Toyo R888R tires.
The custom touches continue into the cabin. In fact, the interior has undergone even more alterations than the exterior. Among the most obvious changes made is the fitment of a Recaro SP-GT2 driver’s seat, a Recaro Pole Position passenger seat, carbon fiber quick-release steering wheel, a billet shifter, Rolls-Royce-inspired starlight headliner, harness bar, Schroth Racing harnesses, a rear seat delete, unique footwell lighting, and a plethora of carbon fiber accents.
Found in the trunk of this Camaro 2LT RS are dual 12-inch Fosgate subwoofers, a 1,800 watt Hifonics amplifier, a custom speaker box, and parts needed for the air suspension system.
Interestingly, no significant performance modifications have been made to the car, although it does feature a 3-inch cat-back exhaust, a K&N cold-air intake, upgraded Brembo brake calipers with R1 Concepts rotors, and new Powerstop brake pads.
The car has 73,000 miles (~117,000 km) on the clock and a Buy It Now price of $36,000.