The debut of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro isn’t far out, but pony car fans aren’t known for being particularly patient. More renderings of the inbound Alpha-based Camaro have popped up on the Camaro 6 forums, and we’d be surprised to learn they were very far off from what the real thing will look like.
User Chazcrons used spy photos of a pre-production 2016 Camaro to create his renderings. Looking at the front end, he was able to make out the Camaro’s potential grille shape, lower intake opening, hood vents and hood lines. His renderings also feature a styling element which runs just above the rocker panels, seen in the spy photos, and the rear quarter panel line that runs above the rear wheel.
These renderings are good enough to give you a rough idea of what the 2016 Camaro will look like, but we believe the car’s lines will be a little sharper and edgier than what is seen here. This is especially true for the side windows, which come to a curve rather than a point, as seen in the spy photos. We also think Chevy has a much busier design in store for the rear-end that is more reminiscent of the C7 Corvette.
The sixth-generation Camaro will debut this year with a new Alpha chassis, a version of General Motors’ next-generation Small Block V8 and other major improvements. In the meantime, you can check out the renderings here and let us know what you think in the comments.