Looks pretty good. But what ever happened to originality? Seems like everyone is copying everyone else these days. One TV netwrok comes out with a reality show that is a hit and now we have eleventy billion reality TV shows out there. Ford comes out with a retro Mustang and now all the other car companies figure what the hell it worked for them let's do it too!!!!
I would like to see a new disign with cars rather than the retro look, that styling has come and gone ,yes it looked / looks good , but where are we to go now ? will the next body style camaro be a retro gen 2 split bumper ?
I feel the retro look FAD , takes away from the nostalgia of the older cars , and hinders our advancement in new design and styling. anyone else feel this way ?
Everything from the front wheels back is fine but when is somebody at GM gonna grow the balls to speak out against those fugly pointed ski-nosed fronts GM has a hard-on for? What a bunch of fidiots at that company.
Not crazy about the small air inlet just below the hood line on the front fascia. The filler cap looks cool on top of the quarter panel, but I am sure GM will put it on the side of the quarterpanel if they ever produce it.
Looks sweet -- can't wait to try it. Concept car is said to have 400-hp. It'd be nice if they eventually do better -- may a new "ZL-1" version with 500 hp. But hey, I'd settle for the idea of Chevy just building a Camaro that wasn't clunky feeling like the last one was.
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