A Camaro enthusiast in Ramona, California has snapped a few photos of still another camouflage-clad sixth-generation Chevy Camaro, this one apparently comfortable in its final production body shell.
Autoevolution shared the photos, pointing out (among other things) the agressive angle at the front of the car where the near-vertical front bumper meets the protruding hood. This sixth-generation car is looking, impossibly, even more aggressive than the previous one.
Of course, we all know by now that the new Camaro rides on the newer, smaller Alpha platform, and the side profile shot especially illustrates how that’s resulted in a lower roofline. Unfortunately, that doesn’t do anything for cabin visibility, which was already a big point of complaint on the fifth-generation car.
Coming around to the rear of the car, it looks like some of the stark angles around the taillights and decklid have been softened up some. and the rear bumper cover – while remaining very tall – has been pulled out into a slightly more complicated area of sculpture. As Autoevolution points out, the presence of just two exhaust outlets implies that this test car is either equipped with the 3.6 liter V6, or the 2.0 liter turbo-four meant to compete with the 2015 Mustang’s new EcoBoost mill.
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is expected to be unveiled at the 2015 New Your Auto Show. Until then, enjoy the photos.