During the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) event that took place in Detroit, US, some time ago, an American automaker known as Chevrolet decided to hold a press conference. In that press conference, it showed the public a teaser image of what would seemingly prove to be the next generation Camaro.
As a matter of fact, in that very press conference, the American automaker in question even went as far as to confirm that it would be launching not one but five new vehicle models altogether within 2015. The models were also teased in a slideshow during the conference. Among the cars featured in the said slideshow, one was carrying an aggressively looking front fascia, combined with a sports silhouette. It does not take rocket science to predict that this will be the successor to the present generation Chevrolet Camaro.
Now, not long after the American automaker gave out the teaser image of the next generation Camaro, a handful of people that call themselves the CamaroNews team have managed to actually reveal more of what Chevrolet wants the public to see in the teaser image. The team has even come up with a design sketch that depicts the potent look of the new Camaro, mind you!
Apart from the teaser image and the sketch, it seems that Chevrolet has really failed to keep the look of its upcoming Camaro a secret from the public. Only recently, some people happened to come across what would most likely end up as the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro as the car performed some factory tests somewhere around the Californian deserts. To make things even worse for the American automaker, it was not only one prototype of its upcoming vehicle models that got spotted but there were four of them altogether. Of course, the prototypes were heavily camouflaged, though.