From every angle, the Chevrolet Chevelle Slammer design is all about one thing: stance. It's low, raked and dripping with hot-rod attitude. The chassis was modified to accommodate large 18-inch front and 20-inch rear polished wheels, while almost every inch of the vintage body was subtly revised to give it a smooth, custom appearance, but not at the expense of its classic lines.
"The '69 Chevelle is one of the best-looking cars of the muscle car era and we didn't want to mess with its classic cues or period-perfect proportions," said Humberto Ortiz, Chevrolet designer. "We've simply enhanced it where we could, knocking down the chrome in certain areas and tightening other exterior details such as the bumpers, grille and more. It's still a 1969 Chevelle at a glance, but as you continue to examine it, the details really stand out."
An air suspension system alters the stance at the push of a button, including dropping it all the way to the ground for maximum profiling when on display. The car also features a Gen Six Camaro-based performance brake system, including six-piston front calipers.
And while the exterior exudes attitude in all black, the interior makes a searing statement in Adrenaline Red.
Source: Chevrolet Press Release