Building the Camaro Concept
Photos of the concept car under development after the jump
The full-sized clay model being built at the GM Design Center in Warren, Michigan. Computer numerically-controlled machines are used to transfer the shape from the computer design files to the clay model, but extensive hand-sculpting is still required to bring the shape to life.
A clay mock-up of the interior, using prototype parts.
Hand-crafting the final bodywork.
A good view of the car on its alignment jig.
Final assembly of the interior.
The reward: Ed Welburn, GM Vice President, Global Design, with the EyesOn Design Award for the best concept car realization at the Detroit Auto Show.
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