Click above for a gallery of the GM Accessories Camaro model

Once again, 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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