Hamburg-based DD Customs has been working on a modified 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS, and there it is, in all its glory and splendor. The tuning garage started working its magic on the Camaro by opening the bonnet and equipping the V8 6.2-liter engine with a K&N air filter system, as well as a two-inch fan manifold and two 200-cell race catalyzers; the engine was then connected to a quad exhaust system featuring flap control.
Thanks to these modifications, the Camaro will now benefit from 474 PS (349 kW) and 449 lb-ft (609 Nm), instead of the stock 426 PS (313 kW) and 420 lb-ft (569 Nm). Aside from the more brutal force, the American muscle-car was also fitted with a KW Variant 1 suspension and massive 22-inch alloys wrapped around in 265/30 ZR22 front and 305/25 ZR22 rear tires. Other modifications worth mentioning include a custom carbon fiber front spoiler lip, a carbon cowl and a carbon fiber rear diffuser framing the four 115 mm thick exhaust pipes. It looks superb!