2011 Export Camaro Details & Differences
Last week, we introduced you to Klaus, Scott Settlemire’s Export Camaro. We now bring you every visible differences between Klaus and the North American version of the 2011 Camaro. Click here to discuss Klaus in our 5th generation Camaro forums!
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The front has headlight washers and tow hook hidden behind a plate.
The rear wheels have fender flares to match the outer edge of the tire.
The side mirrors are much larger and have LED turn signals integrated into them.
The reverse lights are removed from the rear bumper and mounted within the tail light assembly, which has a different design and uses LED bulbs. The entire rear bumper cover has a slightly different design to house the alternate style taillight and relocation of the reverse lights.
The rear turn signal is comprised of a ring of amber LED lights, also housed in the tail light assembly.
Above the exhaust tips are an extra reflector and on the passenger side, another tow hook hidden behind a plate.
The rear spoiler is much more pronounced and is similar to the Synergy Series spoiler, if not the same.
Under the hood is largely unchanged except for a different ECM part and a mysterious cable on the driver side. The LS3 engine is tuned differently for European fuel.
The interior is also mostly the same, except the there is no OnStar, the radio displays in hZ, the speedometer is in Kilometers, and the 4-pack gauges display different measurements.
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