The latest car Chevrolet unveils for the 2012 SEMA show is a production version of the Hot Wheels Camaro. That’s right, they are making it and will put it on sale early next year. The Hot Wheels edition, of course, will be made in limited numbers and cost more than the standard car, but it’s a unique bit of kit.
The Hot Wheels Camaro is available in coupe and convertible models, and with V6 (2LT) and V8 (SS) engines. Visually, they get a Kinetic Blue exteiror color with special graphics, as well as a ZL1 front bumper for coupe models, ZL1 grille, front splitter and rocker treatment, 21-inch wheels in black with red outer lips, smoked lights, and two-tone matte hood graphic.
Also, typical of Hot Wheels cars, you get fender flame graphics, as well as grille and decklid logos.
On the inside, you get the premium black leather treatment with a couple of Hot Wheels logos scattered all over the place, Camaro-logo premium floor mats with red edging, and Hot Wheels sill plates. Chevrolet’s MyLink infotainment system is standard on the Camaro Hot Wheels.
Pricing is yet to be revealed.