Next year, the sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro will be revealed and before 2015 is out, production is expected to commence. Numerous prototypes of the new American muscle car have been spied testing in recent months with some wearing surprisingly little camouflage. As a result, an automotive renderer over at Camaro6 has put together a selection of images showing how the new Camaro could look.
From the front, we expect to see slightly slimmer headlights as well as thoroughly revised grilles and possibly the same ‘flowtie’ badge as the current Camaro Z/28. Elsewhere, test mules recently spotted appear to feature even narrow windows including a heavily raked rear window.
At the rear, the sixth-gen Chevrolet Camaro will adopt brand new taillights pinned to take some design inspiration from the latest Corvette.
Beyond the extensive visual changes, the new Camaro will feature a host of mechanical upgrades over the current car. Most notably, the car will ride on the same General Motors Alpha platform as the Cadillac ATS sedan and coupe and could also be available with the same 2.0-litre four-cylinder as the current ATS and CTS. Elsewhere in the range, V6 and V8 options are all but inevitable.