Whether the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will be dropping in on the North American International Auto Show in Detroit later this month is anyone’s guess. Certainly, there’s been no official confirmation.
But if you’re itching to sneak a peak at the future pony, you’re in luck; below is a video showing yet another rendering by Camaro6 user ‘chazcron.’ And this time, we get to see the new car’s every (projected) angle.
If we take it as a given that the rendering is reasonably accurate, the 2016 Chevy Camaro won’t have changed much from the current, fifth-generation car. The hood has smoother, Stingray-esque valleys flanking the power bulge, and the pointed nose looks more pronounced (which seems to be a recent Chevy design motif). Otherwise, individual lines and contours seem to have evolved very little, and the rear of this car rendering – though an improvement – is nothing more than an educated guess.
Even still, it has us excited; the less development money that goes into styling, the more is left over to optimize the new, more lithe Alpha platform. We’ll take this rendering as proof that this was the primary reason for a new Camaro: firing back at Ford.