The first spyshots of the upcoming next-generation 2016 Chevrolet Camaro have emerged online with the test mule giving us our first real-world glimpse into the future of the American muscle car.
Despite being snapped wearing heavy camouflage from above, we can see that the sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro maintains a similar front-end to the current model. However, this particular prototype, possibly in ZL1 or SS trim, does feature a host of vents on the bonnet as well as shiny chrome quad exhaust pipes and a new set of wheels.
Elsewhere, this prototype appears to feature even slimmer side windows and a more raked windscreen than the current model with the rear windshield falling down towards a short rear end with a prominent bootlid lip spoiler. Of course, the heavy camouflage across the roof, C-pillars and rear-end of the prototype make it very difficult to fully ascertain just what we are looking at.
While we don’t know a whole deal about the design of the new Camaro thus far, we do know quite a few other key details about it. First off, we know that the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will utilise the same Alpha architecture of the Cadillac CTS and ATS and ditch the current Zeta platform. Additionally, the entry-level model could use a small 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine with the current 6.2-litre V8 likely to be updated and available for the high-performance variants.