The Chevrolet Camaro nameplate is known first and foremost as a muscle car, with an engine up front, power at the back, and two doors in the middle. However, that doesn’t stop automotive artists from dreaming up what could be, adding their own twists to the formula by leveraging their digital drawing skillset. Now, one artist has posted the following Chevy Camaro wagon rendering.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen new body styles applied to the iconic Chevrolet Camaro. Just a few examples include a Camaro SUV, several mid-engine Camaro sports car, a Camaro pickup truck, and our own Chevrolet Camaro sedan.
This new Chevy Camaro wagon rendering comes to use from Instagram user @tuningcar_ps, whose previous posts include several of the new-body-style Camaros listed in the paragraph above. Now, @tuningcar_ps has revealed this blue Chevy Camaro wagon.
Up front, we see the traditional sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro fascia, with its angular lighting signatures underlining the headlamps, a gaping front intake, and a chiseled lower splitter finished in black. We also see a set of black Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 wheels, which seem to be a favorite of this particular artist.
Meanwhile, the body takes after the Audi RS 4. With the hard angles of the Chevy up front, the Audi’s soft, curving lines stand out in contrast. The profile also includes sizable side sills, which are also done in black.
The artist saw fit to post multiple versions of this Chevy Camaro wagon, with some differences seen between each for things like the lighting, sideview mirror treatment, profile styling lines, and the like.
As we’ve covered previously, the future of the Chevrolet Camaro nameplate is in doubt, as the latest sixth-gen model is slated to sunset around 2023, without any clear replacement on deck – or at least, no replacement similar to what we’ve come to expect from the nameplate.
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