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The American based automotive giant couldn’t say no to the SEMA Motor Show, which will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, between November 1 and 4, 2011, and has announced that three Chevrolet Camaro Concepts will be “attending” the event.

According to the North American automaker, the Chevrolet Camaro Concept Red Zone is based on the convertible version and it’s inspired by models from the past. The Concept Red Zone is offering the new Crystal Claret colored stripes along with large 21 x 8.5 alloy wheels. For the Red Zone Camaro, there are also available more “goodies” like the lowered suspension, leather interior trim, Titanium for the door panels and dashboard, new identification badges, aerodynamic body kit and grille, Brembo brakes, Hurst shift lever and sports pedals.

The second Camaro Concept which will hit the next week’s SEMA Motor Show will be the 1LE which combines sporty versions inspired by the SS and the ZL1, like the Victory Red paint, the sports suspension with Magnetic Ride Control, electric power steering, manual transmission with short-shift, new alloy wheels in size 10 x 20 for the front and 11 x 20 for the rear wrapped in Goodyear F1 Supercar lightened G tires, Brembo brakes, sports exhaust valves from the ZL1 with internal and rear diffuser, black interior trim with Stone and Light Graphite interior stitching and ZL1 sports pedals and gear.

A Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Concept Carbon will also make its way to the SEMA Motor Show, coming with a series of carbon fiber accessories for both inside and outside, along with Ashen Gray hue, Brembo brake system, Spatial Magneti Ride Control, dual sports exhaust, leather interior and sports pedals.