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2016 Chevrolet Camaro Teased at NAIAS, Three Other New Models to be Revealed This Year

The battle of the muscle cars is a two pony fight at the present moment. While Chevrolet Camaro sales in the US are still going strong, the updated Dodge Challenger and the all-new Ford Mustang are more attractive propositions to those people in the market for a fun to drive, rear-wheel drive coupe.
2016 Chevrolet Camaro teaser 6 photos
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Monday was another slam-dunk for the FoMoCo boys, after they stole the Detroit Auto Show with three performance vehicles: the 2017 Ford GT, a dune-rated 2017 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor and the 2016 Shelby GT350R Mustang. Clearly, the GM gang needs to hurry up with that 2016 Camaro.

According to CamaroNews, a black & white image flashed from time to time during Chevy’s press conference in Detroit, depicting five cars General Motors’ main brand plans to unveil in 2015. Let’s focus on the silhouette at the three o’clock position and surprise:

It’s the all-new, sixth-generation 2016 Camaro! More intel on the sixth-gen 'Maro is
available here.

As for the others, one looks like the recently unveiled 2016 Chevrolet Volt, while the other appear to be the new generation Cruze, Spark and Malibu. Posted on the Camaro6 forum by user HattanKSA, the teaser looks remarkably similar to chazcron’s renderings and 3D dimensional animations of the car.

After deleting the other four cars in the image, chazcron managed to outline the Camaro and sharpened the hard lines of the pony and we weren’t surprised by the end product. Since the first ever 2016 Camaro rendering from chazcron, we knew the finished car won’t differ too much from the artist’s work because he used only spy shots of pre-production ‘Maros to draw the exterior design.

As for a potential release date, Chicago in February is highly unlikely. With the New York International Show slated to kick off on April 1st and with Chevrolet confirmed at booth #400 of the Jacob Javits Convention Center’s north hall, fingers crossed this is the real place of unveiling.

 
 
 
 
 

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