All Ringbrothers would claim is the following:
Big things coming at The SEMA Show this year. Stay tuned for more! Any guesses what we’re unveiling?
Keen observers are quick to point out that the teaser rendering depicts nothing less than the rear three-quarter of a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. The Wisconsin-based tuning and restoration shop has dabbled in Camaros in the past, with examples being the “G-Code” and “Razor” builds that were on display at previous SEMA shows. So it’s nothing to groundbreaking in that regard. And it certainly won’t be the only vintage Camaro with six figures worth of upgrades to it on the Las Vegas Convention Center showroom floor, either. However, this is Ringbrothers we’re talking about here, so we’re sure whatever they do will draw a crowd.
The teaser sketch does give us a few clues on the upcoming Chevrolet Camaro build, however. Notably, the carbon fiber rear bumper and roofline that go nicely with a steely tan body color. It could also hint at significant lightweighting efforts. That duckbill rear spoiler appears massive, while center-lock five-spoke wheels cover up a massive set of rear brake rotors. What sends the power to those rear wheels, however, we’re not entirely sure yet. But considering Ringbrothers’ knack for adding four-figure horsepower in their builds, we wouldn’t be surprised if this Chevrolet Camaro eclipses the output of G-Code, which had nearly 1,000 horsepower.