Chevrolet is back with yet another teaser for the 2016 Camaro, this time showing a portion of the front fascia and the side profile.

Chevrolet is back with yet another teaser for the 2016 Camaro, this time showing a portion of the front fascia and the side profile.

The sixth generation Camaro has been tested in the wind tunnel for 350 hours as a measure to improve stability, cooling and performance compared to the outgoing model while lowering the wind noise which penetrates the cabin. Chevrolet says the initial plan was to install the lower grille bars at a 20-degree plan to the horizon but after intensive testing they decided to install them at a 13-degree angle to boost engine cooling airflow by 13%.

Instead of having a conventional front air dam to diminish aerodynamic lift, the engineers worked on a flush belly pan stretching from the front grille to the center of the car. Total lift has been reduced by 30% thanks also to small "spats" forward of the front tires along with a smoother underbody.

Chevrolet will unveil the Camaro 6 on May 16 at a special public event organized at Detroit's Belle Isle Park.

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