In today’s age of information and technology, it’s hard for anything to remain a secret. No matter who you are or what you are doing, there will be someone around with a cell phone to take pictures of it. They can then post them on the internet for the entire world to see, too. That’s why it’s so hard to believe no photos of any sixth-generation Camaro prototypes have been leaked yet.
Due to the lack of spy shots, there seems to be an abundance of renderings. The latest come courtesy of CamaroG6.com, who have been keeping up with all the developments surrounding the next-gen pony car.
The new renderings, created by former GM intern Brian Geiszler, bear resemblance to the current car, albeit with more dramatic body lines and more of a fastback-style roof. This supports reports we’ve heard which say the next Camaro won’t stray too far from the current car in terms of design. In the rear of the car are large vents, which could expel air from the rear wheel wells if the car were real, in addition to a center-mounted exhaust and very slim taillights.
We’re bound to see a sixth-generation Camaro prototype or some sort of leaked detail eventually, but for now, these renderings will have to do. Let us know what you think of the design below and check out CamaroG6 for more photos of the rendering.