The sixth-generation Camaro is due out for the 2016 model year and eager Chevrolet fans have already rendered the nameplates next iteration. This latest design, which was originally posted on the CamaroG6 Facebook page, takes on a more realistic approach, looking less like a design study and more like a production car than the renderings we previously featured.
The front end design borrows from the Bumblebee Camaro that was designed for the upcoming Transformers 4 movie, with a thin headlight setup, underlined by a set of LED lights that meshes into the skinny grille.
On the side, the rear quarter panel features the Camaro’s signature triple vent setup just before the rear-wheel arches. The window line is similar to the current fifth generation Camaro, while the lower part and rocker panel below the door is dramatically sculpted. The designer, who is unnamed as of yet, also included the rims and brakes from the 2014 Camaro Z/28.
Would you be happy if the sixth generation Camaro took a similar route to the design seen here, or is it all wrong? Let us know in the comments.