You can't miss Chevy's Camaro Turbo AutoX and you can probably guess what it's meant for
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For this year's SEMA show, Chevrolet has given some love to the slowest, cheapest Camaro on the market, and only some of that love comes in the form of a paint job to alert the world to its presence.
Painted in "Shock Yellow," the Camaro Turbo AutoX concept is impossible to miss, but that's not a bad thing, since it showcases the potential of the entry-level Camaro and some parts that we hope become available down the road. And yes, it was designed to attack autocrosses. Chevy started with stuff already available through the Chevrolet Performance catalog. The Turbo AutoX uses a suspension kit that drops the car 0.75 inch thanks to shorter, firmer springs and matched shocks. It also gets a front brake upgrade in the form of larger, 370-mm, two-piece, slotted rotors with six-piston Brembo calipers. For a bit more sound – and reduced back pressure – the company then added its performance exhaust with a four-inch exhaust outlet. ... More ...
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