Car customization can get as extreme as you want it, with some builders pulling out every trick in the book to create something truly unique. Such is the case with this 1969 Chevy Camaro rendering, which is hitting the road with a widebody stance and a whole lot more.
Coming to us from digital automotive artist Timothy Adry Emmanuel, a.k.a. @adry53customs on Instagram, this Chevy Camaro takes the old-school muscle car in a modern new direction with a host of contemporary styling bits. Let’s start with the widebody treatment, which extends the fenders of the two-door with some significant girth front to back, giving the whole thing an aggressive new silhouette in tune with modern custom car trends.
Up front, the Chevy Camaro is fitted with some new aero bits, including a prominent front-end splitter that integrates with the front bumper to give it a little extra carbon fiber goodness. The splitter is complemented by further aero elements in the corners, leading the eye rearwards into the pumped-up fenders.
Speaking of the fenders, those massive flares house a set of five-spoke, multi-piece wheels with a polished lip and extra-wide sizing. The profile view also shows off black hockey-stick striping that runs down the shoulder line, while further aero bits are added along the side skirts with venting and extra winglets. The artist also shaved the door handles, posting in the rendering description that the doors won’t open, and thus the driver has to jump in through the window like the boys from Hazzard County. Don’t mind the window nets.
The rear end finishes it off with a diffuser element carved into the lower bumper, completing the modern aero treatment. A duckbill spoiler is on the trunk.
The whole thing is finished in eye-popping green paint with buckets upon buckets of metal flake. The green lower body is matched with a black roof, nicely sandwiching the bright middle panels with the black aero along the bottom.
Check out the full Chevy Camaro rendering right here:
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