Since SEMA Show started yesterday, the first super special project that we are to present to you is a special edition, which celebrates the culmination of segment-leading fifth-generation Camaro, and it is dubbed: 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Commemorative Edition. The car has been America's best-selling performance vehicle for five years in a row and it has come the time to mark the final year for the fifth generation.

The car exhibited at the show will be made available on 2LT and 2SS coupes and convertibles and will include the RS package. Of course some of the features are unique to this special edition. Take a moment to see the one-off 20-inch wheels, the exclusive body stripe and the body-color front splitter.

The ZL1 rear spoiler and Commemorative Edition fender emblems will complement one of the five available five exterior color combinations. Precisely they are: Black with Cyber Gray stripe, Silver Ice Metallic with Cyber Gray stripe, Summit White with silver stripe, Ashen Gray Metallic with silver stripe and Red Hot with black stripe. All of the SS models will also get a body-color hood insert.

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Inside, Adrenaline Red interior you see will be only featured in the Commemorative Edition. It includes red and black leather seating surfaces, red instrument panel insert and stitching on the seats, steering wheel, shift knob, shift boot, door trim armrest and center console lid. Other details include leather-wrapped, flat-bottom steering wheel and Commemorative Edition sill plates. 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Commemorative Edition is scheduled to go on sale this spring.

Since 2009 Chevrolet has sold more than 400,000 fifth-generation Camaros. This number is a real proof that the mode has been America's best-selling performance car for four consecutive years. And in fact, Camaro currently leads Mustang by 10,000 sales – putting Camaro on track to be America's favorite performance car for a fifth consecutive year.