A follow up to 2012’s Hot Wheels Camaro collaboration, Chevrolet collaborated up with the toymaker and offers a new Hot Wheels Edition package for the Camaro in celebration of its 50th anniversary.
The car is designed in true Hot Wheels fashion, each special edition is made wearing a bright Crush Orange paintjob, offset by Satin graphite stripes that decorates the length of the car from trunk to hood. A trim that matches it runs around the lower perimeter of the car. Along with these features, is an orange brake calipers behind 20-inch five-spoke wheels unique to the package.
Regular Hot Wheels emblem rests on the rear blackened decklid panel while the 50th Anniversary Hot Wheels badges sits on the front fenders. The darkened taillights matched the black Chevrolet Bowtie badges.
This package is available on 2LT or 2SS coupe and convertibles like the previous special edition. The Hot Wheels Edition tops an additional $4,995 to the price tag, and will come out in limited quantities while deliveries will begin by spring 2018.
A handful of 2018 COPO Camaros will arrive decked with the Hot Wheels Edition package for consumers who want to showcase their loyalty to the toy brand. Each COPO includes a 5.0-liter naturally aspirated V-8, but can be customized with either a supercharged 5.7-liter V-8 or naturally aspirated 7.0 liter (427ci) V-8. All powertrains are supported by a TH400 three-speed automatic transmission routing power to a solid rear axle.
The Tokyo Motor Show 2017
Alike with the upcoming SEMA Las Vegas autoshow where the 2018 Hot Wheels Edition will be shown off, the 45th Tokyo Motor Show was recently held. The showcasing event presented the latest vehicles and where some of the most exciting vehicles in the world were revealed.
Different automakers pulled off crazy conceptions, brand new assembly lines and visions of the future in the Japanese Capital. Although the international show presented European automaker giants like BMW, Mercedes and Audi, the local talent won over the attention.
One of the futuristic concepts that Yamaha developed was the Motobot, an autonomous riding robot. The company disclosed that its goals for 2017 were to achieve a top speed of 200kmh, and challenge Valentino Rossi in a battle of lap timer. The ideas from the Motobot project will be used in other departments for the company.
The Tokyo Motor Show wouldn’t be complete without Honda’s creations, this year. The company showcased the Monkey 125. The bike includes a single-cylinder 125 cc engine with modern LED lights and, digital instrumentation. USD forks deck the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear.
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