Spy shot: 2016 Chevrolet Camaro caught on camera
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro has been hitting the town in disguise, but it’s instantly recognizable as one of this past summer’s biggest movie stars.
The sixth-generation muscle machine was caught on camera undergoing testing at Germany’s Nurburgring racetrack by fan site Camaro6G.com. Despite its black and white camouflage paint, the overall styling of the new car can plainly be seen.
From its slim grille and big mouth lower air intake to its wedge-shaped rocker panels and sharply-creased rear fenders, the final version of the high-performance coupe will undoubtedly production version of Bumblebee from "Transformers: Age of Extinction."
This is no surprise, as the fifth-generation 2010 Camaro was previewed by the Bumblebee used for the 2007 "Transformers" film, and GM worked closely with the latest installment’s producers to develop the characters based on GM products.
Details on the new Camaro have still not been revealed, but it’s expected to be smaller and lighter than the current car. You can probably add "more powerful" to that list, too, if the roar coming out of the test car is any indication.
No word yet on when the 2016 Camaro will officially debut, but keep an eye out for this road-going Autobot during the upcoming auto show season that kicks off in Los Angeles this November.