Chevy and Hot Wheels have teamed up for a real-world car that you will be able to buy in the spring of 2018 that looks like one of the iconic Hot Wheels cars you can buy in stores. The car wears an orange shade on the outside called Crush meant to remind of the orange tracks Hot Wheels makes.
The package will add $4,995 to the price of the base car and will be offered on 2LT and 2SS coupe and convertible models. The package is completely looks with no new performance from the V8 or V6 engines in the cars. The cars get satin graphite stripes with silver ice metallic accents.
The ground effects are satin graphite and the Camaros will roll on 20-inch forged aluminum wheels with summer-only tires on the SS. The wheels are satin graphite in color. Fender badges will call out the special version and the grille gets galvano chrome inserts.
Brake calipers are orange and the car gets dark taillamps with a dark taillamp panels with the Hot Wheels emblem. The Chevy bowtie emblems are black and inside the seats are black leather with orange inserts and stitching. The kneepads on the doors are orange as are the seatbelts.
The package is rounded out with embossed front headrests, Hot Wheels badges on the steering wheel and Hot Wheels illuminated doorsill plates. The carpet floor mats have orange stitching and ghost stripes.