2016 Camaro spied with the long lens at GM's testing ground.
These are the first images of the next-generation, 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, spied at GM’s Milford proving grounds. Despite wearing heavy camo, it’s clear this is the high-performance model. Pictures taken using our spy snapper’s very long lenses reveals the new Camaro will be more aggressive and muscular, with a lower roof line, shorter rear deck lid, more rounded rear end, and front wheels pushed further to the car’s corners.
Clues this is a hi-po variant include quad exhausts, large, double-spoke alloys, a rear spoiler poking through the back, and cooling vents on either side of the hood. It’s unclear, however, whether this is the next-gen ZL1 or SS 1LE. Codenamed "A1BC," beneath the sheetmetal of the 2016 Chevy Camaro will be an all-new lighter Alfa platform in place of the aging, heavy Zeta chassis, which GM is already using on the Cadillac ATS and CTS. The usual lineup of six, and eight, cylinder engines are expected, along with a 2.0-liter turbo-four.The new Camaro will begin production in October 2015 at the Lansing Grand River assembly plant, prior to which the 2016 Camaro will be unveiled in either Detroit in January or New York in April.