2016 Chevrolet Camaro RS Rendered in Sedan Ego, Becomes a 'Hate it or Love it' Affair

2016 Chevrolet Camaro Sedan 1 photo
Photo: X-Tomi Design
So, the sixth gen Chevrolet Camaro is out, but you probably knew that. However, along with the real deal, iterations of Detroit's Mustang-rivaling pony cars flooded the internet.
We don't know if that happens to you a lot, but whenever a new car makes a debut on the automotive stage, our minds go on a trip, so we wonder: what if that was a convertible, a shooting brake or a family-serving sedan.

Lucky for us, such renderings are everywhere these days, but we won't mind it. I mean, it's not every day you get to see, let's say, a Camaro sedan, right? However, the digital world is full of possibilities, so what you saw in the picture above is a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro RS Sedan imagined by X-Tomi Design.

Sure, it will never wear metal clothing and won't see daylight, but it does a pretty good job for the sake of diversity. From where we're standing, it looks like the manipulated Chevy Camaro is a tad too long. You could blame the long hood for that and the extra pair of doors, but it's not very far from what you get with BMW's Gran Coupe iteration on the 6 Series, for example.

New family-serving purposes will make this Camaro a heavier vehicle, but the amount of horsepower hidden by Chevy under the pony car's should be able to handle the extra load. I mean, even the base 2-liter LTG turbo four-cylinder unit is good for 275 HP and 295 lb-ft (400 Nm) of torque, so it should have no problem in propelling a potential four-door Camaro.

But we'd still throw a V8 into the mix, just for fun.
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