In my own annotated mental history of the automotive world, the Chevy Camaro’s Dark Ages began in 1970 and ended at this year’s SEMA show with the unveiled 2010 Chevy Camaro Black concept.
While Chevrolet showed four awesome concept Camaros at SEMA, the Black was my favorite by far. Its sinister styling and mean lines give the Camaro an aesthetic appeal it hasn’t achieved for me since 1969. And the red halo rings around the headlights only add to its Gotham City back-alley appeal.
According to a GM press release Motor Authority found, the Chevy Camaro Black differs from its brethren in that it receives tinted glass, a matte black hood, 21” darkened-finish wheels, red LED instrument and footwell ambient lighting, black chrome accents, and black leather throughout. Yum.
Images 9 and 10 are from Hot Rod and Collector Motors, respectively.
2010 Chevy Camaro Black at SEMA
Marissa Brassfield — November 4, 2008 — Autos