2005 Chevy HHR Tuner Panel at SEMA

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(from General Motors Press Release)  Is the HHR Tuner Panel designed for work or play? Who says it can’t be both? The rear doors and quarter glass have been covered with aluminum panels, giving the HHR the look of a panel truck and providing an added level of security to HHR’s 63.1 cubic feet of cargo capacity (with the rear seats removed).

The “play” aspect of the HHR Tuner Panel’s equation is evident in the various Tuner styling enhancements: new grille; front and rear fascias; a rocker treatment with lower door extensions; an upper hatch extension; and a restyled license plate eyebrow. “Play” is also the focal point inside the HHR Tuner Panel. It sports a retrimmed leather interior, an auxiliary gauge panel, and new audio and video upgrades, including a 17-inch video screen that drops down from the roof, an integrated DVD player and 7-inch headrest-mounted TV monitors.


Vehicle Highlights
  • GM design grille and rear license brow with bright finish
  • GM design fiberglass body package consisting of front fascia with unique fog lamps and grille inserts; rocker and cladding; exhaust tips and a liftgate-mounted rear spoiler
  • Ivory Gold exterior paint with Khaki offset stripe
  • Custom trimmed black olive and khaki leather interior with offset stripe
  • Titanium-finished interior trim components
  • Cream suede-wrapped headliner and upper pillar trims
  • Pioneer audio and navigation system with six speakers, 10-inch subwoofer and 300-watt amplifier
  • Directed Electronics 17-inch rear-mounted TV and integrated DVD player
  • Directed Electronics dual 7-inch headrest-mounted TV monitors
  • Sony PlayStation 2 gaming console with wireless remote
  • Supercharged Ecotec 2.0L engine delivering 205 hp @ 5600 rpm, and 200 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4400 rpm