Some may consider spending $400,000 on development and research for a single car a good-quality sign, whereas others may find it utterly ridiculous. Hess Motorsports did an awesome job on the 2011 Chevy Camaro.
Hess Motorsports took great care of the custom Jet Black finish exterior clear coated four times and brushed with 1st generation strips. A new front bumper, side gills, grills, and shaved doors have been adjusted to it. The interior is totally luxurious. There are interior Porsche leather CTS-V Recaro seats. Furthermore, there is HVAC controls with a Pioneer Navigation system and a custom one-off Double Din from the Cadillac DTS.
This machine is run by a hybrid LS9/LS7 7.2-liter powertrain.
The car will debut at the 2011 SEMA Auto Show. Till then, all the interested will have to wait for the further details where all the $400,000 went.