Two renders make the new muscle cars into very different fantasy cars.
It's been a couple of weeks since the debut of the new for 2016 Chevrolet Camaro. We've already told you all about it, compared it to the 2015 Mustang and shown you what the convertible and Z/28 might look like. Now that all the practical issues have been taken care of, it's time to explore other options and imagine what else could be done with the newest American muscle car in order to make it even more appealing to other markets and additional drivers. Luckily, rendering artist X-Tomi design is here to help us.
X-Tomi has created two very different takes on the new Camaro: one is a shooting brake edition, a two-door sports wagon that would offer (in our fantasies) the same agility and performance, but with additional utility over the coupe and convertible. Next, and even more appealing, is a four-door coupe. Because, when you think about it, why shouldn't the whole family have a chance to enjoy dad's new Camaro? Are these two versions even worth dreaming about, or has this simply gone too far?