This customised Chevrolet is a Stormtrooper's dream car
A Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 has been customised in such a way that it wouldn't look out of place in a Stormtrooper's garage.
The muscle car is already a beast on both road and track, however this seriously modified fifth generation model is enough to make its standard siblings fade into insignificance.
Spotted on the Forgiato Wheels website, the Camaro features the custom wheel manufacturer's Finestro-ECLs, finished in an equally glossy white to the car's impressive bodywork.
A selection of photos of the Camaro in a workshop on the site demonstrate what the rims look like fitted, while a further image on their Instagram page shows the car outside a shop displaying wheels and tyres in the window.
In a number of the photographs, Chinese wording can be seen on signs in the background. Despite the brand's wheels being designed, cut and finished in its Los Angeles Workshop, there's nothing to say that they couldn't have then been shipped and fitted to the model based elsewhere.
Unfortunately there's no other information about the custom Camaro, but with such detail having gone into the bodywork and wheels, we expect the engine to also have undergone modifications.
And even if it hasn't, the fifth gen ZL1, launched in 2011, was the most powerful Camaro at the time, producing 580HP and 754 Nm of torque from its 6.2-litre supercharged V8 engine.
The sixth generation model has since superseded its predecessor, by an extra 60hp and 114Nm from its 6.2litre supercharged LT4 V8 engine.