The special edition will be available in 2013 and features a bright metallic paint scheme, unique graphics, and red-lined wheels.
For little boys who grew up playing with Hot Wheels comes a real-life version they can drive as adults. Chevrolet will be offering the first full-size, production Hot Wheels car early next year.
The original Camaro 1:64-scale toy from 1968 was one of the original 16 Hot Wheels issued and remains one of the most valuable among collectors. This life-size version features a vibrant metallic paint scheme and black 21-inch wheels with a red outline stripe. There are also fender “flame” graphics and Hot Wheels grille and logos.
Inside the car, there is a black leather-trimmed interior accented with red and black seat stitching with the Hot Wheels logo embroidered on the front seats. The instrument panel and door inserts are black, with the Hot Wheels-style flame decal on each door. You can get a first look at the Hot Wheels Camaro in the video below: