Chevrolet announced today the presentation of the 2011 Camaro Hot Wheels at the SEMA , a concept car designed in collaboration with the well-known builder of scale models. Inspired by the Custom Camaro, a 1:64 scale model made ??in 1968 by Hot Wheels, the concept is the result of collaboration between the design studios of GM and Hot Wheels and is based on the same mechanics of the 6.2 V8 with six-speed manual transmission.
The vehicle on the scale of the ’60s, to be precise, is part of the very first collection of models made ??by Hot Wheels in its history. With her collection in the first 16 cars created by the company, included models such as Plymouth Barracuda, Chevrolet Corvette, Ford Mustang, Pontiac Firebird and Cadillac Eldorado.
The livery of the Hot Wheels Camaro, unfortunately can not read far in the only official sketches issued by Chevrolet, has a chrome effect paint Spectraflame to call the characteristic of that first, legendary collection of toy cars to scale. The effect was achieved by applying a coating preparatory foundation on which was stretched the solution needed to get the look “mirror”. Last step, the multilayer coating in green.