This Camaro is all about power-to-weight ratio and agility.

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Meant for autocross, it utilizes Chevrolet's 2.0-liter turbocharged I4 engine.

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There's a whole host of supporting modifications to boost agility.

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The suspension is stiffer, the brakes are bigger and the exhaust and intake have been replaced with versions that breathe easier.

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It's still plenty flashy, despite its dedication to corner-carving.

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Twenty-inch wheels might be a bit much for autocross, though.

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There's a GoPro mount on the car, too, because why wouldn't there be? Autocross isn't about being a better driver -- it's about showing off your car control abilities to all your enthusiast friends.

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If it weren't for the badging, you might just think this is another high-performance Camaro.

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For once, the Chevrolet bowtie is not illuminated.

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There's AutoX badging because of course there is.

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Just don't forget to take this GoPro off its mount before you go parallel parking somewhere.

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If you like your car the same color as your highlighter...

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Because every concept car needs obscenely large fake tailpipes.

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