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Chevy to the Max

“These are the cars I would like to drive.” So says Todd Parker, director of Design, Global Chevrolet, of the vehicles in the Chevy Red Line Series, concepts that the company will be displaying at this year’s SEMA.
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“These are the cars I would like to drive.”

So says Todd Parker, director of Design, Global Chevrolet, of the vehicles in the Chevy Red Line Series, concepts that the company will be displaying at this year’s SEMA.

He says that the designs are all about “Takin’ it to the max.”

Across the board the vehicles have Enhanced Silver Metallic exteriors, a custom Charcoal roof panel, and Satin Graphite and red accents.

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Trax Red Line: Also included are 18-in. wheels with custom accents, black bowtie kid and roof mounts by Thule.

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Malibu Red Line: Also included are a Chevrolet Performance concept suspension lowering kid, 19-in. wheels, tinted taillamp lenses and windows.

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Camaro Red Line: Also included are 20-in. wheels in Satin Graphite with red accents, Camaro nameplates in gloss black with red accent, air intake kit, and red upper and lower grille inserts.

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Colorado Red Line: Also included are Goodyear Wrangler Fortitude tiers on 18-in. wheels, nameplates in gloss black with red accent, GearOn bike rack by Thule.

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Silverado Red Line: Z71 bedside graphics and Silverado nameplates in black with red accents, red tow hooks, 22-in. wheels, black-chrome exhaust tip, Brembo front brake kit.

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