Monday, January 09, 2006

More Camaro Concept pictures


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Much better than the boring Mustang. Maybe even better than a Corvette. Hope it ends up looking like this!

Anonymous said...

I thought the Mustang designer still work at Ford? Can the copy what was done with the Mustang any more than this?

Anonymous said...

oh please a mustang copy yeah right...., ford wishes mustangs looked this good

Anonymous said...

There will be feasting and drinking in every trailer park in the nation tonight. The white trash rust bucket is back in action. Let the banjo music begin.

Anonymous said...

This makes the Mustang look old. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Build it. Now!!

Anonymous said...

Its not too bad, i think it kinda looks cartoonish though. I hope they do achieve the 160,000+ sales a year of it that bob lutz said would be needed for it to be profitable.

Anonymous said...

YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWN!!! Another boring retro design. Wake me up when the automakers come up with some original designs.

Anonymous said...

Eh. By the time this thing hits the market, alot of the glitz and glam will be replaced by stuff from the GM parts bin. Say goodby to the cooling grills for the rear wheels, the ultra-low slung roofline and the moncauque body which will be shared with plastic bumpers front and back. The 20" or whatever wheels will make the thing ride like a brick so expect 17 or 18" max. This thing will be built to a pricepoint, period.

Although, rattletrap and cheap are hallmarks of the outgoing F-bodies, so maybe this car will live up to its rep.

Anonymous said...

PT cruiser gets you a HRR from GM
Mustang gets you this camaro from GM
Can't they come up with their own ideas?