Chevy Camaro SSX is stripped & tuned for closed-course racing. #SEMA

The Chevy Camaro SSX is a stripped-out, firmed up and precisely tuned open-track racecar concept displayed at SEMA. Riley Motorsports and Pratt & Miller Engineering helped Chevrolet delete interior weight and maximize the car's power potential for open-track applications. Learn my mission at . highmileagemobile is a channel for rough-cut live videos; for more polished videos, please see . Car culture conversation, 24x7, at ; world's widest automotive Tumblr at .

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Chevrolet has made it clear that the company has a strong interest in helping owners get the most out of vehicles like the Corvette and the Camaro on a race track. While the epic Corvette Z06X Concept was seemingly envisioned as the Bow Tie answer to the Dodge Viper ACR-X, Chevrolet is showing the Camaro similar love via the SSX Concept. The car makes use of a host of carbon fiber in places like the trunk lid, hood, fenders and doors to keep weight as low as possible, and while the company isn't saying exactly how many pounds it managed to shed compared to the standard SS, we've got to imagine that the figure is far from insubstantial. In addition to putting the Camaro on a diet, Chevrolet also took it upon itself to play havoc with the 6.2-liter under the hood by bolting on tricks like new CNC aluminum cylinder heads, sliding in a new camshaft and swapping in a dry-sump oil system. Make no mistake, with around 524 horsepower on tap, this dog will hunt