- Nov 3, 2010
SEMA 2010: Hurst Redline Series Camaro adds forced induction to V6 powerplant
Hurst Redline Series Camaro - Click above for high-res image gallery
Proving that SEMA is more than just loud stereos and long buffet lines, we wanted to share with you our first in-person shots of the Hurst Redline Series Chevrolet Camaro. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of BFGoodrich's Radial T/A tire, Hurst has supplied each example of this limited-edition car with Spec Redline Edition Radial T/As. Under the hood, the Redline Series Camaro utilizes a 3.6-liter V6 engine but Hurst has added forced induction to the powertrain and as a result, power has risen to 360 horsepower and 320 pound-feet of torque. A turbocharger from STS is remotely mounted towards the rear of the car. The Camaro gains 50-percent more rear-wheel horsepower and torque over the standard V6, yet it still delivers 30 percent better fuel economy than the SS V8.
Sticking to the company's common theme of Hurst-centric styling touches inside and out, the car wears a black and white paint scheme that is offset with red pinstriping, large Hurst emblems on the front fenders, a ducktail spoiler off the rear of the car, badging on the exterior and interior and features the familiar pistol-grip shifter in the cabin.
The Hurst Redline Series Camaro is going to be limited to just 50 examples annually. Pricing is expected to fall in the mid-$50,000 range.
Photos copyright ©2010 Drew Phillips / AOL