Having come across the fifth-gen Camaro Shooting Brake modification that we recently shared with you last week, we have another one for you today – this time a rendering of a pre-facelifted, Gen Six Camaro.
Created by digital art creator known as Rain Prisk, the design seems to borrow certain styling cues from the Audi RS6 as well as the Buick Regal TourX wagon. The blue version shown above features gray fender moldings like those on the Regal TourX, and the lowered stance and aftermarket wheels help give it that extra something that makes it rather appealing.
Meanwhile, the rendering of this gray Camaro Shooting Brake differs from the blue one. It features a completely different rear window with a very distinctive, forward-leaning B-pillar as well as a “floating” C-pillar treatment, with the latter being a visual trick that blacks out the top-most portion of that pillar. This gray version loses the fender moldings of the blue one and puts on a different set of wheels with contrasted Pirelli lettering on the tires; the two centered exhaust tips are a nice touch. In fact, the design reminds us of the now-extinct Volvo C30.
Obviously, Chevy is not offering anything like this and we don’t imagine the brand having the gall to bring something like it to market, either as the Camaro Shooting Brake, a potential new Chevy Nomad, or something else entirely. Maybe Callaway can whip something up as it did with the C7 Corvette AeroWagon… come to think of it, Camaro AeroWagon has a nice ring to it, wouldn’t you say?