The lineup sticks to modest modifications, mostly showcasing official Chevy accessories and matching color schemes.
The Red Line Camaro is visually distinguished by 20-inch wheels in Satin Graphite, hash mark and decklid panel graphics, and red accents all around. It also benefits from a suspension lowering kit, brake package and an air intake kit.
The SEMA-bound Malibu is among the few Chevy cars outfitted with parts that aren’t currently available from the company, including a suspension lowering kit and black bowtie kit. It maintains the same grey and red theme as the other show cars, with custom red accents on 19-inch wheels.
The Camaro and Malibu are joined by Red Line examples of the Trax, Colorado and Silverado 1500, each showcasing different factory personalization options and a few concept tweaks.
The SEMA show is scheduled for the first week of November.