Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels Edition Priced From £40,020

The 2013 Chevrolet Camaro Hot Wheels Edition made its debut last month at the SEMA show and has now reached UK, with prices starting from £40,020.

This is the first time ever for an automaker to produce a Hot Wheels production model.

The Camaro Hot Wheels Edition is powered by a 6.2-litre V8 with 432bhp and 420 lb ft of torque when mated to the manual gearbox or 405 bhp and 410 lb ft when linked to a manual gearbox.

Available exclusively as a coupe, the special edition features Kinetic Blue exterior colour, unique graphics, along with exterior parts from the high performance ZL1, including a rear spoiler and front upper grille.

Other highlights include ground effects package, including front splitter and rocker treatment, black 20-inch wheels, two-tone matte hood graphic, rear taillight panel “blackout” graphic and fender “flame” graphics. The exterior also features Hot Wheels grille and decklid logos.

Interior reveals a black leather-trimmed cabin with red and black seat stitching with the Hot Wheels logo embroidered on the front seats.

The instrument panel and door inserts are black, with the Hot Wheels-style flame decal on each door. There are also a Hot Wheels Edition sill plates, along with premium floor mats with red edging and Camaro logo.

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