The sixth-generation Chevy Camaro is no more, with the final unit rolling off the line at the GM Lansing Grand River plant in Michigan last month. However, despite its discontinuation, we can’t help but have a little fun with the recently departed sports car. Now, we’re serving up this hypothetical Chevy Camaro High Country rendering.
Before we dive into this, it bears mentioning that this rendering is nothing more than a creative exercise on our part, just to see what such a vehicle could look like. It’s also worth reminding readers that the High Country trim level is typically offered as the luxurious range-topper for various Chevy utility models, so attaching it to the sixth-gen Chevy Camaro is definitely a break from the norm.
That said, there’s still quite a bit of appeal in the idea of an uber-luxurious muscle car like our Camaro High Country rendering. The front end provides an indication of the new luxury infusion with an upgraded fascia design incorporating polished trim across the grille, plus an illuminated Chevy Bow Tie badge.
Moving into the profile, we spot a set of chrome High Country wheels, the same rollers on offer for Chevy’s High Country utility models, while High Country badging was added to the fenders. This particular example is also a convertible, which fits well with the luxury theme.
The rear end shows us another High Country badge, while the twin rounded exhaust pipes present a polished finish as well. The rear badge shows us further polished trim for the surround. The droptop body style also gives us a look at the Gideon interior colorway, presenting a rich brown finish that’s sure to go well with the luxury theme. We also think it looks rather nice with the blue exterior.
Indeed, what if GM had actually built a luxurious Chevy Camaro High Country? Let us know your thoughts in the comments, and remember to subscribe to GM Authority for more Chevy Camaro news, Chevy news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.