Maui Jim, 2010 Camaro, RealWheels and K&N Add up to a Sweet Ride for SEMA

 
 
The RealWheels Corporation rolled into SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) this year with a little bit of the Hawaiian Islands on its project vehicle. The company introduced its 2010 RealWheels/Maui Jim Cool Shades Chevy Camaro at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada.

2010 Camaro modified by RealWheels Corporation for SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada
2010 Camaro modified by RealWheels Corporation for SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada

2010 Cool Shades Camaro is not a trailer queen, it's a car that will be driven, said RealWheels Vice President, Jhan Dolphin
2010 Cool Shades Camaro is not a trailer queen, it's a car that will be driven, said RealWheels Vice President, Jhan Dolphin
“In order to get some attention at an amazing show like SEMA, you have to come up with something unique,” said RealWheels Vice President, Jhan R. Dolphin. “This year we are thrilled to join forces with luxury sunglass manufacturer Maui Jim. It helped keep our team enthusiastic during the build process and is also enjoyable for our audience.”
RealWheels Maui Jim 2010 Camaro makes 640 horsepower and is equipped with a K&N air filter
RealWheels Maui Jim 2010 Camaro makes 640 horsepower and is equipped with a K&N air filter

2010 Camaro's interior features seem to glow from accent lighting and placement of red LED lights
2010 Camaro's interior features seem to glow from accent lighting and placement of red LED lights

The custom paint and body styling match the red accents that flow into the Camaro’s custom leather seating and trim. The interior glows from the innovative placement of red LED lights.

“This Camaro is something we drive,” said Dolphin. “It’s not a trailer queen that is driven from show to show. Our guys are about performance and this car makes 640 horsepower. We also put proven products on it like K&N. K&N filters worked well on our award winning vehicles of the past and we don’t mess around with performance.”

Modifications on the Cool Shades Camaro include:

Alea Leather
Estrada Customs Paint Scheme
GWG Wheels
Nitto Tires
Pedders USA Performance Suspension
ProCharger Supercharger
Revolution Styling Custom Hood and Chin Spoiler
SLP Performance Headers and Exhaust
Street Glow Custom Lighting
Team Real Design
K&N air filter

“With the turn of a key, all of your attention goes to the sound and power,” said Dolphin. “Air being thrust through the supercharger, headers and exhaust create one of the best notes you can imagine.”

RealWheels Corporation also featured a new billet accessory package for the new Camaro. It's new trim kit featured billet shift knobs, fuel doors, pedals and a variety of stainless steel accessories that compliment the vehicle's design. Look for the 2010 RealWheels Maui Jim Camaro with K&N at car shows throughout 2010.

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