This… this… thing is a combination of Chevrolet Corvette, Chevrolet Camaro, and Ford Mustang, and it is not something we can talk about affectionately, as it makes the Youbian Puma and DinoSSauR look like works of art. Thanks a lot, Jalopnik.
The basics: the CorvaMaroStang (or Co-Ma-Stang, if you so prefer) started life as a fourth-gen Camaro, then got a Mustang nose and a Corvette rear, while also inheriting some fugly wheels, daft stickers and a spoiler. Yeah, brah.
Now, we always appreciate hard work, and are fans of giving credit where credit is due, but some things should never be created, like the nuclear bomb and the McRib. This “Corvamarostang” is no exception. Sure it’s got all the “right” pieces, but it’s sort of like putting Oreos and Reese’s on a slice of New York pizza. Individually, they’re fantastic; together, they’re pretty gross.
That said, it’s worth noting that this is simply our opinion; if driving this to work makes the owner happy, then good for them. Maybe we’d be more tempted to get behind the wheel if this here creation had something exciting (such as an LS7) under the hood, and even then we would be apprehensive.
Jalopnik makes many references as to what the togetherness of the ‘divine’ three might represent, having the “form of The One Who Is Them All”, while also referring to it “the most American car”. But to this writer and GM enthusiast, it’s more along the lines of the automotive equivalent of a Cronenberg from Rick and Morty.