So, this is weird. You know the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, which will serve as the first model year of the sixth-generation car, hasn’t been unveiled yet, and hasn’t (to our knowledge) ever been spied or photographed without camouflage? Well, several headlamps for one turned up on eBay.
Motor Authority picked up the story, originated at the Camaro6 forums. An eBay seller posted three identical headlamp assemblies for sale, all of them quite unlike anything found on any current or past production Camaro models. It’s not clear how they were acquired, nor if they are even genuine.
But the original poster on the Camaro6 forum noted that the product label on the headlamps matches the program code of the sixth-generation car: “A1BC,” for Alpha 1 (platform), B – an internal designation for a coupe, and C for Chevrolet. And, the headlamp assemblies do look quite a bit like what we’ve seen of the prototype sixth-generation car’s lamps, although historically, part of the assembly has been covered with camouflage in spy photos.
The seller listed the lights innocuously enough as “2015” production headlamps, but this they certainly aren’t. Any thoughts as to whether these are the real deal? Weigh-in in the comments below.