Just yesterday, Chevrolet released its first teaser photo of the restyled 2014 Chevrolet Camaro that will be revealed next week at the 2013 New York International Auto Show. There wasn’t much to it, just the showing of a narrower grille with a chrome accent on the upper part. But today, we get a better idea of what to expect with the Camaro’s new front fascia thanks to this new photo.
With the photo (found on Facebook) we notice that the front headlamps will take a more rectangular approach than before, accompanied by a new LED design running from the bottom of the fixture and swooping upwards to the outside edges. In effect, the “angel eye” headlamp design seems to have been replaced.
However, this particular photo was not found on any official General Motors channels. And Chevrolet Camaro spokesmaster Monte Doran told us on record that “the real car looks nothing like that. Which is to say it looks a lot better than that.”
So there you have it, kids. It’s not real. Breathe that wonderful sigh of relief.