These latest spy shots ask a few questions, and answer zero. Foremost, where has the giant wing gone? The massive rear wing was present in the first round of spy shots showing the Camaro Z/28 for the first time, and curiously, it’s still present in photos of the car at GM’s test track.
However, on the street, it’s gone. Per Camaro News, it may be a unit to maximize downforce for the track, but removable for regular driving practices. Another curious portion are the wheels: these test mules do not rock the same fifth-generation Z/28 wheels we saw earlier.
It could be a totally different variant of Camaro altogether, but it’s clear this prototype means business, evident by the ZL1-looking front fascia, meaty tires and massive tailpipes in the rear.
The Camaro team has stated each performance variant for the sixth-generation Camaro has already been developed from the vehicle’s inception, which has led to this rapid fire of Camaro reveals. However, it looks like this Z/28, or whatever it may turn out to be, will be baking for a while long.