Chevrolet Camaro Sedan Rendered88
We’ve been rolling out the renderings with a vengeance lately, posting reimagined iterations of the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 that include a sedan and a wagon. Now, we’re applying our digital gloss to the Chevrolet Camaro with the creation of a contemporary Camaro four-door sedan.
Right at the outset, it’s worth noting that there’s currently no indication General Motors intends to actually produce a Chevrolet Camaro sedan. Instead, we wanted to take the iconic nameplate in a new direction to see what it would look like if The General did decide to expand the Camaro into a whole family of vehicles.
Why? Well, just look at the Dodge Charger, which is actually doing quite well in the marketplace. Despite the four-door sedan segment losing ground to crossovers and SUVs, the Charger has bucked the trend, posting sales figures that show a 20-percent bump through the first nine months of 2019, with 71,106 units sold. In fact, the Charger is the only model to see a sales uptick in a segment that also includes the Chevrolet Impala, Toyota Avalon, Chrysler 300, and Volkswagen Arteon.
Clearly, folks like a muscle-bound four-door. So why not a Chevrolet Camaro sedan?
Now, we’re not proposing this as a replacement for the Camaro coupe, but rather, we see it as an expansion of the nameplate. We fully expect some folks to flat out reject the idea, so we’re open to calling it something other than a Camaro if the purists get all triggered about it.
Indeed, this isn’t an entirely new idea, either. In principle, our Chevrolet Camaro sedan is similar to the now-discontinued Chevrolet SS sedan, otherwise known as the Holden Commodore overseas.
So then, dear readers—thoughts on our Chevrolet Camaro sedan? We know you’ve got ‘em, so let loose in that comments section, and don’t forget to subscribe to GM Authority for more Chevrolet Camaro news, Chevrolet news and around-the-clock GM news coverage.
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Just what Chevy needs, a sedan built off a sports car that doesn’t sell.
Thats the whole point. The sedan body style opens up the market potential exponentially.
I like the idea.. Maybe an AWD option also
So does a Cadillac sedan with more than the average GM blah power !
So does a Cadillac SUV with more than the average GM blah power !
Remember you can get a Charger with a V8 !
Remember you can get a Durango with a V8 !
Remember you CAN NOT get ANY GM midsized vehicle no matter what design with more than the average GM blah 3.6 V6 !
To be clear, CTS-V had a V8.
I would of left out rear door handles to get a more sleek look and go with driver touch sensors to unlock all doors or by remote as this is done on old school hotrods.
I like the idea, but change the name. Instead of Camaro call it the Aileron.
Then why isn’t there a CT6 Coupe? Buick LaCrosse or CTS Coupe? Heck why not take the now discontinued CTS platform n make a El Miraj out of it?
Uhh…. do me a favor and go on google images and search Cadillac CTS coupe smh
It’s awfully hard to get a baby seat in the back seat, a four door version would sure make it easy. I had a 1973 Charger, my first new car I bough when I was 23 and one year before getting married. I sold it ten years later because with two boys, getting the young one in a baby seat didn’t work anymore. On came the 1979 Impala wagon. The wife didn’t complain.
Agree! First, fix the Camaro’s current issues: more window, better sight lines, better seating position, an actual back seat, a bit more trunk space, all-new instrument panel… These mundane things really matter, particularly in a four door. Sure, it’ll probably change the form factor a bit, but c’mon, GM designers can make that work. Chargers already do well with nearly all of these issues – except that snore-of-a-dashboard.
*Only* then it will make sense.
I believe that a sedan would increase the sales of the Camaro , But it needs to have room for four big passengers, plus the police department would love the 450 Hp 6.2 power ! It would help keep the Camaro in production ,A lot longer !
I want everyone to understand my opinion , there should be two model a 2 door and a 4 door model !
Y’all know my stance on a Vette/Camaro sedan but for the Camaro have different front/rear clips and call it Chevelle…
Just what I was thinking. The premier would be called malibu and it would replace current malibu.
That actually could sell very well the lines look great. I think it would be a good idea for them to think about it. The could use the impala name again it would be a perfect fit.
I like the idea of calling it an Impala.
I would have left rear door handles off and use front driver side to touch entry on all doors to unlock or remotely .this way gives the body a sleeker look .
The Charger is doing well indicates there is a market for RWD sporty sedan. Chevy botched the SS with a lack of effort. They should have had a rwd Impala with a choice of a performance model. The Camaro 4-door may work? How about a hatch version? Maybe even an El Camino?
2 door 2 much.?
F’no did say no f’n way.
Got to be a very board artist, or really stone.
Make it fwd while you’re at it. With a couple of batteries and motors to go with it. ????
If you are going to do a sedan do a properly styled sedan vs just stretching the Camaro.
I can already hear the complaints of the low roof and no rear leg room already.
I love the looks of this as I love the Camaro but you know the complaints already and they will be coming.
Also I would not cal, it a Camaro. Change the styling enough to create a new car based on a Alpha2.
But right now and sedan sales as they are it will not be happening soon.
I like it. I would take this over the boxy Charger that sit’s on an ancient platform.
I agree with C8.R. Keep it swoopy and muscular, but add a little more practicality and-a different name.
Here’s an even better idea *sarcasm. Raise the ground clearance about 15 inches, or 3 feet, and make a fast Kiddo hauler! 🙂
I think it’s a great idea. If you can make the back seat actually usable by adults, and give it the 1le treatment, it would definitely be a selling point. Draw up a wagon too, like caddy did with the cts. 45k for a 1le wagon, I’m there!! Im not holding my breath though.
This is a dumb idea unless you do a Chevy SS, and maybe more trim levels and more options then the last SS. I really like the last SS, it would be cool if they could use the LT1 or LT2 with awd. I live in Chicago so I couldn’t drive the SS in the winter so I got a camaro instead and made it my summer car. It would be nice to enjoy the same motor in a sedan that can be safe for winter
GM already tried that already in various forms; G8, Grand Prix GXP, Impala SS, SS most recently. GM goofed on the SS by pricing it too high, badge engineering an Australian Holden, and then made it automatic only for all but the last couple years of production.
Expanding the brand is definitely a way to keep the name alive. Plus, traditional sedans are not the flavor nowadays and buyers want something different. This I think is a very good start.
They should build a half door like the colorado, most people just have trouble getting in it a half door would solve that, or just call it a chevelle with a different nose and tail
Build it! A performance sedan from Chevy on the Alpha platform. Sweet!!!
By extension build a RWD oriented SUV off the same Alpha platform – something corporate cousin Cadillac should’ve had plans to do.
One can dream, can’t they?
The reason the Charger sells is because it is a high performance roomy sedan that is NOT just a stretched Challenger. If GM were to put a concerted effort into this segment, they need to be more creative than simply a 4-door Camaro. Now GM may say we tried this already with the SS and proved the market was not there. But in reality, they only rebranded a Holden and then charged a ridiculously high price without any good/better/best strategy. It was a one size fit all car, take it as is or leave it. It’s almost like they intended for it to fail just to prove a point and shut up enthusiasts who were begging for it. Like “see, told you so”. Chargers aren’t necessarily cheaply priced, but you got a lot more content in the way of performance, more space, and you could option it out to fit multiple lifestyle…SXT, R/T, Hellcat, etc…
As a long time GM customer (Spouse’s family worked for GM division affording us employee discounts), I’m extremely and increasingly disappointed in GM’s offerings and content for price.
Do it. If it keeps it inexpensive, go ahead and use the same exact front and rear. Heck use as many body panels as you possibly can from the coupe and still be able to sit a couple of American sized adults in the back seat. In another 5 years or so I’ll probably be ready to replace my Pontiac G8 and this would be perfect. But please don’t make it top trim level only like the Chevy SS Sedan.
Just when u think u seen it all a 4 door Camareo really ? What they won’t do to sell there beer can metal plastic junk with computer performance what a joke
I’m loving all the ideas of the 4D Cam. The Sales on the Cam aren’t as high as they once were, changing the name of a 4D Cam would most likely start taking more sales away from the Great Camaro. If you come out with a Chevelle or SS Impala, Camaro sales will slowly creep even lower. People love to buy the Camaro but hate giving up the extra room that a 4D vehicle provides therefore they take the exciting Idea of getting a Camaro out of their lives and go with a Impala or Malibu or a Chevy SUV in stead. If you want the Camaro to sale as the Great Camaro, then Keep the look of the Camaro the same. Add the extra doors and room and sale the heck out of the Camaro people already have been wanting but have been avoiding. I sale Chevy products and this is simply from the voices of my Customers who decided not to buy a 2door Camaro. Increase the size while maintaining the over all shape and let’s see how well they do!
The design is beautiful and I think that Chevrolet should consider this one despite they didn’t do anything too hot for the Chevy Impala latest models they could have at least put an V8 in that one, but they didn’t do it. It was a V6 3.6 liter . Very disappointing they could have came out with the Impala SS model with a V8 5.7 or something to compared to the Dodge Chargers and Challengers that they have out there. If they come out with this model then they will be on top of their game with the wide track quality tires and all of that I think it would be awesome vehicle the Chevy Camaro sedan.
Shut up and take my money! I would buy one as long as they made it with a stick and a V-8.
Sadly the “stick” seems to be loosing out to high quality computer precise 6-8-10 gear slush boxes. I seek out cars with a manual and am always disappointed when I end up with no choice but to get an automatic.
I do find it humorous when a thief tries to steal a car only to realize its a manual and can’t…
I guess the quantity of buyers opting for the manual transmission is just so low now that its hard for car makers to justify the option now days. :'(
With all that said I would take a dual clutch transmission as I find them an interesting compromise.
I’ll never buy a CVT however.
I’ve be shopping for a toy in my retirement and almost all Mustang’s and Camaro’s are automatics. 6 speed manual is the standard for both and the auto is a $1500 option. I agree the manual could make the ride more fun but it is very hard to drink your coffee at the same time but today’s manual sure beats the three on the tree in a 1964 Econoline and a 1960 Renaut Daulphine that I learned on.