General Motors has recently announced its plans to bring three custom models to the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon in the shape of the Camaro, the Captiva and the Sonic.
With the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon coming in pretty fast, the North American based automotive giant General Motors couldn’t stay aside and the company has recently announced its plans to introduce three custom models to the Japanese automotive event. According to the car manufacturer, a custom Chevrolet Camaro, along with a Chevrolet Captica and a Chevrolet Sonic will be officially presented to the public during the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon.
Chevy says that the Captiva is coming with a black body, with a light blue ground effects kit, with chrome finish for the window surrounds, side steps and front grille and with 20-inch Gianna Crown rims. The Chevrolet Sonic will get 18-inch Ginanna Blitz black alloy wheels with red inserts, an aerodynamic body kit signed by 3D Carbon and a height-adjustable suspension. The looks of the model are being completed by the two stripes on the hood. No details on the custom Camaro have been announced yet, but we know that the muscle car will go on sale in Japan this year.
Source: General Motors
by Cristian Gnaticov
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