|Chevy revealed its new stock Eliminator COPO Camaro concept, a 327 cubic inch LSX block with a Whipple twin screw supercharger that has an adiabatic efficiency of 80%. A high adiabatic efficiency means the supercharger uses less energy from the engine to drive it, meaning more is left for making power.|
There were about a million Camaro concepts wrapped in shiny paint, from the ZL1 Carbon concept decked out in carbon fiber components with a 580 horsepower supercharger set to debut in 2012 to the Camaro 1LE concept with a road race worthy suspension to the Camaro Red Zone convertible concept with a full body kit that will be available at the dealership. But it was an onslaught of Chevy Sonic cars. Um…. “Super” Sonic???
|The Chevrolet Sonic Boom blew me away; literally. The hatch opened and the two 15″ Comp VX subwoofers, 6 QS Component speakers and tweeters, twelve 6″ QS Component speakers and tweeters, and 6 amps just about shoved me into next week. Not too practical, but it might be a contender for an SPL contests.||Chevy Sonic LDRShip concept- This leopard print accented Sonic is GM’s response to the “tuner girls” (their words). Sorry, I prefer my engine growling rather than purring… When will manufacturers realize female tuners don’t want big wheels and ridiculous paint jobs and stick to the go-fast parts?|
|Chevy Sonic Tjin concept||Chevy Sonic Z Spec 2 concept|
|Chevy Sonic Z Spec 1||Chevy Sonic Fatlace concept|