I agree this is much to tame. I am expecting a lot of detailing and sharp lines to make the last generation Camaro 5 and dialing it up to 10 with a slim platform and better packaging. This is going to be quite a difference. I would say it is going to look like the difference between C6 & C7. GM designers seem to like the look lock-heed skunk works applies to military fighter jets just not as crazy as lambo/lexus(new CUV)The hips pinch in more then that, you can tell by how much they moved the door handles in the photochop. I expect the shape to be a bit more dramatic then their photochop.
I'm also hoping for a svelter, leaner look. Although I think the current 1LE and Z/28 are phenomenal packages, the 5th gen is just too big and chunky for me to fall in love with. The 6th gen does look more athletic, even under it's camo, than the 5th gen does - we'll see what the undisguised version looks like. Hopefully, the combo of lower cowl and shorter length will give us the leaner look we are looking for.Great PS skills!
If you like the current model, you'll like this one, too. If you don't, you won't; I don't.
The best analogy I can think of is that it has the squinty-eyed look of a morbidly obese person. I was hoping for a more athletic look - svelte and lean, more reminiscent of the early second generation Camaro.
According to Al, Camaro's chief Engineer, the thin upper grill is as a result of the racing experience with HKS and Stevenson, plus the ZL1 development work.I don't like that really thin upper grille.
However, it does look futuristic, and I'm sure a lot of buyers will appreciate that look.
Actually, it's no accident...but you got it backwards.For some strange reason I immediately thought of the new Impala when I saw the front end photoshops. Is this the new face of Chevrolet???