This Is The Camaro Crossover That Batman Would Drive

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If we're honest, we'd drive it, too.

Ford's "Mustang" brand no longer means quite what it used to, having just picked up a new tree-hugging pure-electric model - and a crossover, at that - in the form of the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E.

As crazy as it sounds, this could well become the new normal. Chevrolet is certainly considering making a similar move with its Camaro, and once that bit of news became public, the internet got straight to work trying to render what that might look like. What we've seen thus far has been fairly restrained, but nobody has considered a mildly unhinged version that could easily be considered a svelte, sporty coupe if not for its ride height - until now. A London-based digital artist who goes by "carmstyledesign1" on Instagram has done just that, and it looks epic.

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As you can see, very little is carried over from the sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro we've come to know and love. Sure, the headlights and taillights bear some resemblance to the coupe of today, and the rear haunches carry a hint of pony car similarity, but the rest of it actually sort of recalls the Lamborghini Urus. It's tall, yet it looks low, and those gaping intakes in the front bumper are pure Sant'Agata. More supercar details can be found in the massive air vent along each door, while the rear showcases one of the most aggressive diffusers we've ever seen - Bugatti Bolide notwithstanding.

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The aggressive hood looks fundamentally "Camaro," but with a big, aggressive scoop that might as well have been borrowed from the Challenger SRT Demon. The massive wheels look far too large to be feasible on a production car, but the overall design is very much something we could see being a hit, and "Pirelli" branding on the tires just serves to reinforce the notion that this thing would probably be as bonkers to drive as it is to look at.

If Batman were an American muscle-ute fan, we imagine he'd have no qualms trading in the batmobile for one of these.

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