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Chevrolet Camaro SS Red Flash

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You can’t talk about Chevrolet Camaros of 2010 SEMA show without mentioning the Red Flash, and it’s just becasue of its awesome color and stripes! This is a concept show car prepared by Chevrolet themselves using various parts from their accessories bin. As mentioned the main highlight of this car Red Jewel exterior color garnished with two white stripes and complemented by 210inch gray wheels.

The Camaro Red Flash also sports a unique rear spoiler from Chevy catalog and special chrome badging. The interior also features red theme with titanium accents and racing pedals and special floor and cargo mats. The engine is the same that goes into the Camaro SS, but it’s been given an air intake system and exhausts from the accessory department. The engine cover is also painted in Red Jewel.


  • Red Jewel color
  • Heritage hood stripes in gray
  • Chevrolet Accessory high-wing rear spoiler (body color with black stanchions)
  • Chevrolet Accessory ground effects (body color)
  • Chevrolet Accessory 21-inch wheels with gray inserts
  • Camaro badges with chrome edges and gray inserts
  • Body-color antenna


  • Ebony leather with titanium stitching and red accents on the seats
  • Prototype Chevrolet Accessory racing-style steering wheel with flat bottom
  • Red LED lighting in door trim
  • Red footwell and cupholder lighting
  • Chevrolet Accessory racing pedal kit
  • Chevrolet Accessory floor mats and cargo mat


  • LS3 6.2L V-8 with Tremec TR6060 six-speed manual transmission
  • Chevrolet Accessory air intake and exhaust systems
  • Chevrolet Accessory engine cover in Red Jewel
  • Chevrolet Accessory Hurst shifter with custom stone-color stitching on the boot and shift knob

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