Forgiato is a well-known maker of custom wheels to fit just about any taste (and budget), but the company also makes other parts to trick your car out. For Chevrolet Camaro owners, Forgiato has designed the DiFalco grille to include hidden headlights somewhat reminiscent of what was available on first-gen Camaros.

From what we can see in the images, the mesh grille and motorized headlight covers go over the stock parts, and when closed, each "eyelid" also has 18 LEDs that can light up for a unique effect. Priced at $3,399, the DiFalco grille doesn't come cheap, but judging by the other upgrades made to this wide-body Camaro show car, we're sure this is just a drop in the bucket.

Check out the (questionably safe for work) video after the jump showing a few brief glimpses at the trick headlights mixed in with two minutes of a scantily-clad woman hanging out by a pool and an autonomous Camaro not named Bumblebee.

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