Friday, November 24, 2017

2021 Chevrolet Camaro?



This was just sent to me and I am not sure if it is actually an early clay model from the design studio, or not.
Whatever it is, I think it does look pretty good.

A design like this would be a great infusion of style to the Camaro. (The current generation has always been way too close to the previous one.)
The new Mustang is constantly beating the Camaro in sales. And there is also an all new one coming out in a couple of years. I think Chevrolet needs to push the envelope a bit more...

The next Camaro will really need to stand out against the next Mustang if it wants to regain its sales crown.
(Ford has also announced a plug-in hybrid version of the next Mustang ).

For now, the Camaro will get at least a new nose for the 2019 model year. (HERE)

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Could the Mazda CX4 be built in the US?
http://www.autonews.com/article/20171125/OEM04/171129819/mazda-crossover-product

Anonymous said...

2021 Camaro? Christ let's hope not. Can we Americans reclaim GM Design please? Enough of this off-shored Asian-Pacific Rim cartoon warrior aesthetic.

Anonymous said...

A totally anonymous, blue collar, typical redneck car on the roads. But, it does not matter, as the driver cannot see you either anyway.

Anonymous said...

The next Camaro needs to look like this, to compete against not only the next Mustang but the current C7 before it is replaced by a mid-engine car that few will purchase. Controversial, but good and strategic, move by GM.

Anonymous said...

"The next Camaro needs to look like this, to compete against not only the next Mustang but the current C7 before it is replaced by a mid-engine car that few will purchase. Controversial, but good and strategic, move by GM."

This is a clay model that has been out since before the 6th gen . Also, plenty of people will purchase a mid engine vette (including myself). I predict record sells.

Anonymous said...

"A totally anonymous, blue collar, typical redneck car on the roads. But, it does not matter, as the driver cannot see you either anyway."

Sounds like you have a hatred for this car model, what with your stereotypical comments. That makes your opinion irrelevant. Douche bag.

Captain Midnight said...

Obviously, this is a show car with almost nothing of it making it into production.

Carmaker1 said...

This is old... How was it exactly just sent to you? Has nothing to do with the next Camaro and has been on the internet for 4 years. This was the work of GM Design intern Mike Mcghee, in 2012 while the 6th generation Camaro was in development (final design was locked-in when refresh Gen 5 was revealed in 2013)

Carmaker1 said...

To the rest of you, a little Google would show this is very old news, but semi-official work from GM, BACK IN 2012! The work of a student designer during his GM internship.

GM froze the final design of 6th generation Camaro in 2013, as they rolled out the refreshed 2014MY 5th gen model.