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Brief Published: 31 Oct 2012

Chevrolet’s Life-size Hot Wheels Camaro


Early next year US car company Chevrolet will launch a full-size version of the Hot Wheels Camaro – one of the first 16 toy cars released in 1968. It will be the first time a car manufacturer has sold a full-size version of a Hot Wheels toy. 

Based on the styling of the original toy, the car will have a bright blue metallic paint finish, 21-inch black wheels with red outline stripes and a black-and-red leather interior. The fender will feature a ghostly flame design. The Hot Wheels logo will appear on the front seats and as a decal on both doors. 

The limited-edition car will be available as a coupe or convertible, and can be pre-ordered from November 1. However, it will not officially go on sale until early 2013. The car was unveiled earlier this week at the SEMA auto show in Las Vegas. 

For similar products, see the Stylus report The Rise of the Luxury SUV.


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