Sculpted to Perfection
Designers were challenged to sculpt a modern Camaro body around a smaller, lighter architecture while respecting the predecessor’s design. This allowed for a smaller, wider, more athletic Camaro shape. These tighter proportions in a sports car that shed up to 390 pounds translates into more responsive braking, better attack in and out of corners, and a noticeably more nimble performance. Tighter proportions also let the aggressive body features like the fastback profile and rear quarter panels become more pronounced, creating a road presence that’s hard to ignore.
Aerodynamically Chiseled to Perfection
The lessons of extensive wind tunnel testing hours can be found chiseled across the redesigned Camaro sports car. From the wider opening and precise draft angle of the grille, to the roof’s striking “reverse mohawk” channel, to the lift-reducing stanchion spoiler, the design of every surface and edge was scrutinized until it helped improve airflow and performance.