2016 Chevrolet Camaro Release date and Spied Photos – Speculation is continuing to grow around the upcoming 2016 Chevrolet Camaro as more spy shots roll in. Confirmed details at this point are basically nonexistent, but we do know the upcoming Camaro will have a moreevolutionary update versus a more extensive redesign. Now let’s add some fuel to the speculation fire with our new, highly detailed rendering.
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is set up to be the next big thing, but GM hasn’t shared any details about what to expect when the car is finally unveiled. We have little bits here and there based on spy shots, but nothing confirmed. Based on those spy shots, it’s possible to at least make a few guesses about how it might look.
Moving around to the front, there are faint echoes of the last Bumblebee Camaro, though this is a lot better. The headlamps are deeply recessed in a split upper grille (although the split itself may be creative misdirection on the part of GM’s camouflage artists). The shape of the headlights looks—dare I say it?—almost like the 2015 Mustang, its mortal enemy. The cheap-looking plastic mesh on the lower grille looks temporary, but the important part is the overall effect of the shape, which is unlikely to change much. It’s very, very aggressive. Attractive? Sadly, until the swirly camo comes off, it’ll be hard to say. (2016 Chevrolet Camaro Release date and Spied Photos)
The current Camaro’s styling has worn well since the car first appeared as a 2010 model, and Chevy isn’t looking to make drastic changes.
It was reported earlier this year that the 2016 Camaro would feature evolutionary styling, and the appearance of what looks like a current-fen car with a more streamlined front end in Transformers: Age of Extinction seems to back this up.
Renderings published by TopSpeed give a good indication of what the Camaro will look like once it rolls off the sound stage and into showrooms. They show a car with shorter front and rear overhangs, slimmed-down headlights and taillights, and a massive front intake that dwarfs the traditional Camaro grille.
Like the recently-restyled Mustang, the Camaro will straddle the line between retro and modern, incorporating enough traditional styling cues to make it recognizable without simply rehashing old designs.
Bigger changes are likely to take place under the skin. The 2016 Camaro is expected to switch from the GM Zeta platform – shared with various Australian Holdens – to the Alpha platform used by the Cadillac ATS and CTS. That’s expected to yield a lower curb weight and could shrink the Camaro’s footprint as well.
2016 Chevrolet Camaro Spied Photos
2016 Chevrolet Camaro Release date and Spied Photos
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will most likely be revealed in the flesh at next January’s North America International Car Show, with an on-sale date in late-Summer 2015. Pricing should stay right around thecurrent model, which starts at$23,555 for the V6 and $33,355 for the V8-powered SS.
source : digitaltrends.com | roadandtrack.com/ | topspeed.com