The concept version of the upcoming Chevy Camaro was revealed almost two years ago at the Detroit Auto Show in 2006. Since then we have yet to see very many actual photos of the production model…until now.
The guys over at Camaro5 have posted an almost naked production version of the Camaro. From this single photo you can tell that the production version is going to look very close to the concept. The main changes that we can see here are the addition of the B pillar, revised mirrors and the deletion of the slots in front of the rear wheel wells. Unfortunately the car is still wearing a lot of camo on the front and rear, so we cannot tell how much those areas of the car have changed.
It looks like we will have to wait a bit longer to see the new Camaro in all its glory. The actual production date for the coupe is set at February 16, 2009.
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