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Chevrolet Camaro Gets Nomad Shooting Brake Makeover in Wild Rendering

The sixth generation of the Chevrolet Camaro is as gifted as they get, mixing an overly sharp platform with Corvette-borrowed muscle. As you can imagine, the aftermarket side of the industry has taken full advantage of this.
Chevrolet Camaro Nomad render 6 photos
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And while custom car specialists have taken care of the golden bowtie machine's tech side (we'll return to this below), the virtual tuning realm followed suit.

This is how we ended up with pixel contraptions such as the one you can see above. Rain Prisk, the digital art label behind the render we have here decided to give the current Camaro a Nomad makeover.

We'll remind the younger part of our audience that, for over fifteen years, the Chevrolet Nomad played the role of a stylish station wagon. And the styling cues we see here appear to have been borrowed from the original Nomad - the three-door wagon was considered a halo machine back in 1955 when it showed up, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that the pixel-wielding aficionado turned to this vehicle as a source of inspiration.

When a Facebook commenter stated that the roof needs more rounded edges, the pixel wielder behind the said label seemed to agree: "Yeah kinda messed that up, but I only spend around 2-3 hours on it and didn't take it very seriously,"

With or without the said roof adjustment, this is a Camaro that would see your family getting excitement, while your dog should also enjoy the ride.

As for the tech transformations mentioned in the intro above, we'll remind you that taking a sixth-gen Camaro well past the 1,000 hp border is no longer a difficult task.

Last time we discussed such a gym-visiting Camaro, we showed you an 1,100 hp example of the Chevy doing its thing on the drag strip. The muscle monster managed to set a quarter-mile world record in the process.

 
 
 
 
 

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