Now before you pick up your pitchforks and throw them at the author in the comments section, please allow me the opportunity to explain that this is just a rendering: one person’s guess (speculation, opinion, or prediction) of how the next-generation Chevy Camaro might look. It’s not an official release from GM or Chevy, it’s not a concept or a design study, and the only reason we’re publishing it here is to inspire discussion, and to start a conversation about what is most definitely a hotly-anticipated vehicle. To clarify, the discussion we’re looking to spur is constructive and informative (not aggressive and combative). Now that that’s out of the way, let’s move on to this here rendering of the 2015 Camaro.
The design appears to be more compact and progressive than the current fifth-gen, while keeping lines and other styling cues that are distinctly Camaro. The maw is aggressive and screams Chevrolet, the hood has a power dome-like bulge, the wheel arches are decidedly flared, and the side styling is expressive, to say the least. We could, however, do without the retro headlight covers, or the Mustang Laguna Seca-like wheel design.
So, what do you think about this here rendering? Is it along the lines of what you’d like to see for the sixth-generation 2015 (or 2016) Camaro, or not at all?
Hat tip to loyal GM Authority reader Mike T.
PS: if you’re the artist behind this photo, please contact us so we could give credit where credit is due.