Last month, we shared a fan-made digital rendering of a modern take on the third-generation Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z. The current-day interpretation of the liftback Camaro IROC-Z was interesting, as it blended old school styling with modern-day cues, but the artist forgot to share images of the rear end of the vehicle at the time.
Now the artist in question, Instagram’s Oscar V, has put the finishing touches on the rear end of his fictitious new Camaro IROC-Z. As we can see from his digital drawings, the car incorporates the same rectangular taillights as the third-generation Chevrolet Camaro, along with a similar flat, tray-style rear spoiler. The lower section of the rear fascia doesn’t really have the same vintage look as the rest of the vehicle, though, appearing very modern thanks to the large rear diffuser, huge trapezoidal exhaust tips and LED marker lights.
As we pointed out before, this modern take on the classic IROC-Z pulls heavy inspiration from the original thanks to its dual-segment headlamps, rectangular roofline/window openings and a reshaped rear window. Completing the package are a set of ‘IROC-Z’ gradient vinyl decals running alongside the driver and passenger side doors.
As a reminder, the IROC-Z package was introduced on the Chevrolet Camaro for the 1985 model year and was marketed as a handling-focused performance upgrade from the Camaro Z/28. With lowered suspension, Delco Bilstein shocks, thicker front and rear anti-roll bars, additional chassis bracing and some other small add ons, this Camaro IROC-Z was essentially the equivalent of the modern-day 1LE package. The IROC-Z trim was dropped after the 1990 model year and will likely never return, seeing as the International Race of Champions series that it got its name after was shut down back in 2006.
Let us know what you think of this modern Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z rendering down below.