/Chevrolet Unveils 2014 SEMA Lineup

Chevrolet Unveils 2014 SEMA Lineup

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Not to be outdone by Chrysler and their Mopar division who is bringing 11 custom cars to this year’s SEMA show, Chevrolet announced a lineup of highly modified concepts plus a wide range of accessories for the world’s biggest tuning fair.

Chevy’s 2014 SEMA concept cars are based no the SS, Impala, Sonic and Cruze, and they showcase the personalization possibilities of these models using accessories are designed, engineered, tested and backed by Chevrolet.

The first of the lot is Chevrolet SS Sport V8 whose main highlights include Some Like It Hot Red paint job, grille kit, fog lamp bezels, side fender vents and rear spoiler, stripes, and gloss black 20-inch wheels. It also gets sport pedals kit and floor mats.

Next up is the Sonic Performance concept and it comes with cold-air induction and a high-flow exhaust system, track-tuned suspension, as well as Synergy Green exterior color, 17-inch wheels, and little styling touches such as white headlamp rings, tail lamp rings, grille surround, mirror covers and rear spoiler.

Chevy Sonic also gets an Accessories concept whose highlights include white headlamp rings and tail lamp rings, black grille surround, mirror covers and rear spoiler, black 17-inch aluminum wheels, and suspension kit.

The coolest member of Chevrolet’s 2014 SEMA lineup is the Impala Blackout concept. This badass sedan features Chevrolet Accessories black grille surround, rear spoiler, painted mirror caps and 19-inch aluminum wheels as well as all-black, leather-trimmed interior. Too bad it’s only got a 300-hp V6 engine.

You may also be interested in the Cruze RS Plus which comes with Wildfire Metallic exterior, along with unique lower body moldings and a custom rear spoiler, and twin-stripe package in matte black, plus a jet black interior.

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