The US automaker is taking a page out of BMW’s M Performance accessories book and has come to SEMA with a full bag of sporty bits and pieces for the Camaro and Cruze hatch, as well as Colorado and Silverado pickups.
The carmaker has anything and everything – from air intakes and brake mods to exhaust kits and reworked suspensions. Chevy is now expanding its array of sporty bits and pieces for the Camaro and Cruze Hatchback, as well as for the Colorado and Silverado trucks. The Camaro can have an updated air intake and a new exhaust system to boost performance, as well as brakes with six-piston front calipers and larger rotors. There’s also a suspension lowering kit with different dampers and springs for a lowered stance of around 0.75 inches (20 millimeters). The 2017 Cruze Hatch has a new air intake and modified exhaust, a suspension kit lowering the hatch by 0.4 inches (10 mm) and also a thicker front stabilizer bar and stiffer springs for sharper handling.
The trucks meanwhile get a 10-horsepower upgrade for the Silverado when packing the 5.3-liter engine, while the bigger 6.2-liter powerhorse gets a bump of 7 hp. Aside from the increased power there’s also a refreshed exhaust for better sound and a cold-air intake system. There are also numerous accessories for both, such as floor liners, tonneau covers, bed liners, side steps, and fresh sets of alloys. All parts can be had through the 2017 Chevrolet Performance Parts catalog.