General Motorsâ€™ chest-beating about the new Chevrolet Camaro continues. It has now released a set of images showing the pre-production cars transformed from a pile of parts into living, breathing modern classics.
Like any new family member the first steps are documented with a hod-load of photos. (When youâ€™ve got such an intriguing-looking child, why wouldnâ€™t you?)
The Camaro is to be built at GMâ€™s Oshawa plant in Canada and represents the third production locale for the global Zeta architecture, after the Australian-built Commodore and Chinese-built Buick Park Lane.
These are no professionally posed studio shots, but genuine on-the line photographs documenting the transformation from bare body shell, through the paint shop, installation of interiors, 'body-meets-drivetrain' and final validation. A great look at how the magic happens and worth an eyeball in the gallery below.