The Sonic Dusk concept starts with a 1.4-liter Turbo Sonic sedan and adds only subtle upgrades. A ground effects kit here, custom Ashen Grey paint there, custom 18-inch wheels, and a jet black leather interior with contrast stitching. The Dusk concept would look right at home as a top trim level at your local Chevy dealer.
This Upscale Chevrolet Cruze also keeps its mods simple, featuring only a custom three-piece body kit, 19-inch wheels, and Burnished Brandy Metallic exterior paint to distinguish it externally. In the cabin, brown leather trim with yellow accent stitching and a Kicker audio system class things up a bit.
This bright green Sonic gives us an idea of what a performance variant of this Chevrolet model would look like. A Borla exhaust helps the 1.4-liter turbo to breath better, while upgraded springs, dampers, and 18-inch wheels and tires help the Sonic to stick to the road.
This example of the Sonic is ready to hit the track for some high-thrills, low-cost B-Spec racing. The Chevrolet OEM B-Spec kit with which it is equipped upgrades the ABS Controller, front and rear shocks, and sway bars. Plates are included to strengthen the points where the suspension joins with the chassis, and the air restrictor plate required by the B-Spec class keeps the racing competitive.
This Spark only needs to be able to outrun a human being during its duty as the pace car for The Color Run series of 5K foot races. So, its upgrades are limited to bright graphics, 15-inch wheels, and a custom interior. The 1.2-liter Ecotec engine is untouched.
The Camaro ZL1 is a pretty tough car to begin with, so all that this show car designed by racing driver Tony Stewart needs to bring it to the edge is custom paint, a "Smoke" graphic scheme, and ominous red LED halos around the headlamps.
This concept Camaro is hardly a concept. Most of its list of performance upgrades have Chevrolet part numbers next to them, making building your own V-6 Performance concept as easy as hitting up your local parts department.
When most think of the ZL1, they don't think of words like "comfort" or "cruiser." Fortunately, someone at Chevrolet is, which is how we ended up with this ZL1 Touring concept in that amazingly deep shade of green.
This black and yellow Corvette echoes its designer's signature hair style. No, I'm not talking about Brian Tong. I'm talking about celebrity chef and restauranteur Guy Fieri. (True story: I thought his name was "Guy Ferrari" for years!)
The Chevy Malibu also gets the performance concept treatment this year. Based on the 2.0-liter turbo variant of the 2013 Malibu, this concept adds a high-flow intake and upgraded suspension components.
The Malibu receives a custom body kit to up its aesthetic performance level and is coated in Berlin Blue tri-coat paint with a satin finish. Black and navy blue accents and hints of red here and there keep things visually interesting.