General Motors has officially unloaded nearly its entire European operations onto PSA Group ahead of the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, but the automaker does have one less controversial surprise planned for the show itself.
Chevrolet has teased the Camaro Track concept ahead of a reveal at the motor show. The Camaro Track concept, which seems to be finished in Krypton Green or a similar hue, is said to “combine the qualities of a fast sports coupe for daily road use with the high-performance features for track use on weekends.”
As we noted previously about this concept, it sure does sound like a European Camaro 1LE.
Chevrolet stated the Camaro Track concept features 20-inch wheels, a front lip spoiler, side skirts, a 1.18-inch lower suspension and bigger Brembo brakes.
While Ford has taken Europe by storm with the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet has been fairly quiet about offering both the Camaro and Corvette in the old world. Still, alongside the Camaro Track concept, Chevy will have a regular Camaro SS, Corvette Grand Sport and Corvette Z06 at its display.
It’s likely to serve as a reminder the bowtie brand, which was pulled from Europe years ago, is still kicking with some pretty serious performance machines. And with Opel and Vauxhall officially out of the picture, maybe its Chevrolet’s time once and for all to be a reckoning force in on the continent.