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Camaro SSX Track Car

Camaro SSXR 1 at Camaro SSX Track Car

Beside the Corvette Zo6X track car concept, Chevrolet also revealed the Camaro SSX track car concept at the SEMA show. Just like the ‘Vette, the Camaro too wears a unique icy White Metallic color with red accents and exposed carbon fiber parts. Maybe that’s the new special paint job for Chevy’s track-ready models.

The car is based on the Camaro SS and features uprated suspension and tweaked chassis for the track job. It is also lighter than the base car thanks to a carbon fiber aero kit with front splitter and adjustable rear wing – lightweight carbon fiber body panels, revised lower grille and unique brake cooling ducts.

Since it’s a track car, they’ve also ditched the sound-deadening material, carpeting and rear seat for the sake of lightness. Good!

Camaro SSXR 2 at Camaro SSX Track Car

Exterior:

  • Icy White Metallic color with red accents and door graphics
  • Carbon fiber hood, fenders, door and deck lid
  • Exposed carbon fiber front splitter, rockers and adjustable rear wing
  • Unique lower grille and brake ducts

Interior:

  • Carpeting, sound deadener and rear seat deleted
  • Ace suede-covered racing steering wheel and shifter
  • SCCA-approved roll cage and window net
  • Racing driver’s seat with five-point harness
  • Racing pedals
  • Fire suppression system
  • Fuel cell
  • Video camera system mounted on the roll cage

Performance:

  • LS3 6.2L V-8 enhanced with Chevrolet Performance Parts’ camshaft, cylinder heads and dry-sump oiling system
  • Production six-speed manual transmission with Corvette ZR1 twin-disc clutch
  • Low-restriction air induction and exhaust systems
  • Four-wheel disc racing brake system with six-piston front/four-piston rear calipers and drilled and slotted rotors
  • Modified production suspension with Pfadt licensed components
  • 20-inch racing wheels and tires
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