Renderings and details of the Lingenfelter 2010 Chevrolet Camaro LTA Concept inside.

Lingenfelter Performance Engineering is bringing a 2010 Chevy Camaro, dressed as a Pontiac Trans-Am, to the SEMA Show.  Renderings of the vehicle show a car emblazoned with Trans-Am logos on the hood and rear, and sitting on 20x10 (front) and 20x11 (rear) honeycomb wheels.

The car features a 7.45-liter aluminum block engine that produces 655 horsepower and up to 610 ft-lb of torque.  The customized interior is supposedly "classic," which could mean a black, tan, or blue interior, machine-drilled steering wheel, and billet dash inserts.

Round, inset headlights and a honeycomb grille are seen in the photos.  The vehicle will be officially unveiled next week in Las Vegas.

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Lingenfelter 2010 Camaro LTA Concept Previewed for SEMA Debut