There is a debate going on right now, as to whether Chevrolet designers should make the next Camaro coupe, expected to be introduced in 2015, look more like a first-generation model (1967-1969) or the second-generation version built from 1970 to 1981. But what if GM and Chevrolet were to take a different path and create something with very few, if any, retro touches? This is where 22-year-old automotive design graduate from Lawrence Tech in Michigan, Tyler Bame, steps into the picture. [See & Read More]
The young designer, who we first heard about back in April through a conceptual study for a new Ford Taurus sedan, has come up with a futuristic looking concept of the next Chevrolet Camaro coupe. We'll let you check the two renderings of the exterior and interior of the car before you hit the comments section to tell us what you think about the design.