Die hard Camaro fans are chomping at the bit to get passed rumors of the Sixth Generation 2016 Camaro. GM is taunting us with a rare glimpse on the streets of California, and test tracks around the world. As spy cameras flash around the globe chasing the elusive Camaro, GM is keeping a pretty tight lid on the final touches of the next generation 2016 Camaro.
The 2016 Camaro is slated to be built at the Lansing Grand River Assembly plant. GM opened this plant in 2001 and is General Motors second newest plant in the US. GM has invested $174 million in the new Lansing Stamping facility and new home of our favorite American Sports Car.
As the rumor mill churns, what we do know is the 6th Generation Camaro appears to have a sleeker front end with sharper lines and thinner headlights, however it does appear that air inlets in the front fascia are larger. The hood appears to have two large air inlets; overall design is an evolution of the already successful retro-design. It does appear to have sleeker and sharper lines than its predecessor.
Chevrolet is leading the way for General Motors in awards and industry accolades so Chevrolet Camaro fans certainly won’t be disappointed when the 6th Generation Chevrolet Camaro roles out in Lansing headed for your local Chevrolet dealership.
Of course no one but GM knows what the final look will be. While we wait for the official launch ACS designers are having fun with the puzzle of images and spy shots to render what can possibly be the next Chevy Camaro. Rest assured we are getting ready to have allot of fun once it hits the streets !