• Mar 28, 2008
Click above for a gallery of the GM Accessories Camaro model

Once again, Camaro5.com sends in these photos that appear to show the full-scale Camaro model being used by the GM Accessories design studio to test all the factory knick-knacks and bolt-ons that they have in the works. Forget the tease we all got via the upskirt video GM allowed to be filmed -- this shows the full monty.

Here's the quick-and-dirty rundown.
  • 7-spoke wheels
  • RS stripe package (left side of the car)
  • SS stripe package (right side of the car)
  • Grille insert
  • Rear fascia blackout
  • Platform-style rear wing
  • Fuel filler cap
  • 2 possible ground effects kits (see close-up of the rear -- at that point, the clay modeling is "halved")
  • Ducktail spoiler (again, see detail shot -- it's on the right half of the car)
  • Slotted brake discs w/ red calipers
Whatever the final assortment of accessories turns out to be, it would seem that there'll be a very wide selection from which to choose. As for the 5-spoke wheels shown in two of the photos, they look 'shopped on. Whether those are GM photoshops or fan mods is anyone's guess. We're definitely feeling that RS package, though -- with those black 7-spokes, please. Keep that wing, though.


[Source: Camaro5]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      So those are the production headlamps? I'm not liking them...
        • 6 Years Ago
        Perhaps because that looks like a paper printout of how the production headlights will be. They lack the dimension and sparkle of real headlights.
      • 6 Years Ago
      The actual ground effects actually look good, but the rest is completely unnecessary, including the graphics and the wing spoiler. Apparently, Chevy hasn't learned from the Cobalt SS...
      • 6 Years Ago
      Exhaust and ground effects are alright. So is the lip spoiler but the rest looks like domestic rice if there is such a thing.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I know I'm in the minority here, but guess what? I'm already tired of hearing about the Camaro. the car isn't on sale yet, and it seems every day there's two-three new articles on the car. Next, it will begin getting the Mustang treatment - a new version every week and every aftermarket tuner offering their own edition, and the car's not on sale yet. Please GM, just put the car on sale now and stop teasing us, or you may end up with a lot full of cars you can't sell because of premature overexposure.
        • 6 Years Ago
        This car is an image car for GM. They also want to pusch sales of the more frugle engined versions so expect NO tail off of image branding opportunities to hook in pre-soccer Moms etc.
        Taking a wider look this is all a part of the new GM strategy.
        1) Cadillac pushing powerful yet V6 models (CTS)
        2) Pontiac G8 for the family man. Image model the big V8 expected big seller the V6
        3) I am looking closely at the Vue Green Line V6/Hybrid. If rumored mpg numbers are anuthing near right this could be a huge step fwd for GM
        4) Even the BIG SUVs are now being offered at 20mpg averages using existing hybrid technology.
        In short I have got to admire GM's progress. It's all happening while few notice and they ARE biting the bullets re big DOHC V8s etc all a while BMW and MB and others appeard dazzled in the headlights of the coming CAFE numbers. MB is almost 95% reliant on diesels for fuel efficiency but this won't work in the USA because diesel fuel is 25% more expensive than gasoline.
        • 6 Years Ago
        I agree. This car is already old news. And GM is taking forever to get this thing on the market. Why so long?

        It sort of feels to me like the Camaro jumped the shark back when the Transformers movie came out. How silly is it to product-place your car in the movie when it's not htting the market for another 2+ years? The public's memory really isn't that good.

        I sort of dread the inevitable frenzy of cover stories on all the car rags pitting this thing against the Challenger and "model of hte month" Mustang. Enough already. Please.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Kinda giving the retro 60's design a retro 80's flair.
      Not feeling it.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I think everyone has missed something we have not seen before. You are looking at the production headlights!
      ;-)
      • 6 Years Ago
      SERENITY NOW!

      Looks like an American Ricer. My eyes hurt!
        • 6 Years Ago
        My thought exactly...the San Fransisco treat.
      • 6 Years Ago
      That side shot screams GT-R to me.

      Whether thats a good thing or a bad thing I will leave up to you.
        • 6 Years Ago
        I see it too. definitely cause of the wing
      • 6 Years Ago
      Nice start, but I think I prefer my photoshopped version a little more. :)

      Here -> http://i274.photobucket.com/albums/jj271/vespid82/camaroaccessories.jpg
      • 6 Years Ago
      Looks much better without all the extras. Wheels look good but the body kit is ahhh........Clunky.
      • 6 Years Ago
      dude you have issues. save it for your shrink. why project your issues for everyone to read. lol
      • 6 Years Ago
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      yea.
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