2016 Chevrolet Camaro Spotted in Tennessee


The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro has been spotted in Tennessee.

Prototypes of the next-generation sports car were captured on camera by Bill Howell and shared on the Camaro6 enthusiast forum. It appears that the 2016 Camaro prototypes were at the Pigeon Forge Factory Outlet Mall in Tennessee and were heavily camouflaged, looking like previous spy photos caught by AutoGuide.com‘s spy photographers.

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The American automaker has been dropping teasers for the new Camaro, which will debut on May 16 at the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix. Powertrain details haven’t been spilled, but we do know that the Camaro will be built on the same Alpha rear-wheel drive platform that underpins the new Cadillac ATS and CTS models. It is likely that it will launch with the current 3.6-liter V6 and 6.2-liter V8 engines, but tweaked for additional performance. Don’t be surprised if the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine from the Cadillac ATS is added to the lineup to help meet emissions regulations as well as competing with the EcoBoost Ford Mustang.

Photo credit: Bill Howell

[Source: Camaro6]

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  • craigcole

    Lookin’ good! This will be one of the season’s biggest reveals.

  • garrett

    I am really upset at Chevrolet for how this Camaro looks so far. I think it looks just like another mid cycle refresh of the same car that has already been one sale. Mustang was just totally redone and I think Chevy will lose sales to theMustang in the next few years unless it puts out an extreme amount of power over the 2015 Ford Mustang and Challenger.

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  • Maximania

    I LOVE how they have a 6th gen Mustang parked right next to them. Don’t blame them for wanting to keep a close eye on the competition.