2014 Chevrolet Camaro Carbon Line Concept
Ever since the debut of the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, we have not stopped drooling. With updated, agressive lines, a fire-breathing 7.0-liter V8 under the hood and enough track-ready gear to get in a heap of trouble, Chevy did good with the new Camaro. That said, what if the new Camaro's styling just isn't enough for you? It was not enough for one designer, and here is what he did about it. Created by designer Luca Polizzotto, the Carbon Line Concept takes the design cues of the Z/28 to new heights, with added carbon fiber hood and roof, as well as added carbon fiber vents and fins. From there, the design takes a different turn, evoking the Pontiac Trans-Am with the "beak" front clip.
Note the ZR-1-esque wheels, intergrated exuahust outlets and racing tow hooks. As competition-spec Camaro's debut, you can probably expect to see the latter, but wouldn't be surprised if you see a vehicle similar to this at SEMA later this year.
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