Chevrolet plans to reveal the new sixth-generation, 2016 Camaro tomorrow. Thanks to CNBC Squawk Box it seems we don't have to wait that long to see it.
The show discussed the car's debut during this morning's segment, and even showed two completely uncamouflaged cars. GM Inside News member HuJass managed to quickly snap photos of the undisguised cars to give us our first look.
As we've already seen the back, side, hood, and front bumper, there aren't a ton of surprises here. But we do get to see some details such as the LED headlight eyeliner, production taillights, and hood vents on what must be the SS model. We also note that one model is wearing vertical LED daytime running lights in the bumper, while the SS model seems to flip those horizontal.
2016 Chevrolet Camaro Leaked
We already know the new 2016 Camaro will be hundreds of pounds lighter than the current model, thanks to switching to the Alpha platform shared with the Cadillac ATS and CTS.
We wont have to wait long for more details as tomorrow is merely a sunrise away. Be sure to come back throughout the weekend, as we'll not only have full details regarding the new 2016 Camaro, but we'll also be sliding behind the wheel of a prototype.