Chevrolet has handed down a telling new pair of teaser images for its coming Camaro coupe, ahead of its coming debut.
Due to be unveiled on May 16, the new Camaro will evolve the look of the current facelifted version of the reborn coupe, introducing an even bolder look.
As revealed in these new teasers, along with earlier leaked shots and TMR’s own spy photos, the new Camaro will feature a sharper snout and chiseled lines as it moves to do battle with the latest Ford Mustang.
It is also known that the new Camaro will sit on the same new lightweight rear-wheel-drive architecture that features in Cadillac’s ATS and CTS models, doing away with the Zeta platform that underpinned its Australian-developed predecessor.
The new model’s unveiling may also hold extra significance for Australian fans, with GM Asia-Pacific boss Stefan Jacoby promising recently that Holden will welcome a “proper halo sports car” in the near future.
Speaking in Detroit earlier this year, Mr Jacoby said the new model would “truly fit the requirements” of a Holden sports car, and that a V8 engine will “mostly likely” feature.
We could soon see Ford’s new Mustang and Chevrolet’s new Camaro facing off right here on Australian soil - this time without the prohibitive cost of importing and converting an American-market model.