Spy photographers didn’t have to look hard to take notice to a bright-yellow Chevrolet Camaro driving around outside of the Milford Proving Grounds with no badge and a number on the windshield. You’d think if GM didn’t want the car to draw attention, developers would have picked a darker color. Regardless, it’s been the only Camaro mule spotted since the ZL1, and features the beloved dual-mode exhaust system with a quartet of tips, and some cords sticking out the back as well. But there seems to be no enhancements to the tires, brakes or suspension as far as we can tell, in which full photos can be found on Camaro5.
Those with even keener eyes may notice that this particular Camaro has a V6 fascia with the “mail slot” inlet of the SS model. So, what could it all mean? It could mean nothing, and it could just be a Proving Grounds shuttle of sorts. It could also just as well be a Camaro testing with the new LT1 fifth-generation GM Small Block engine. Or, there’s a 7.0L LS7 under the hood. Remember that the LS7 was listed for the 2014 Camaro on a leaked VIN sheet not long ago. Such an engine would also be a great fit for the rumored Z28 on the horizon. We here at GMA like to believe there’s an LS7 Camaro mule or two running around Milford somewhere. Because the world could always use a bit more LS7.