The Chevy Camaro Concept got an unusually cold reception at the Canadian International Auto Show recently. Maybe that’s because it was made of ice, eh?

General Motors of Canada created an outdoor Winter Park at the auto show and populated it with various sculptures of winter sports activities like skiing and figure skating. But no one’s looking at those sculptures because there’s a friggin’ ice Camaro on display!

The Camaro Ice required appx. 26,000 lbs. of ice to make and 250 hours complete its design and construction. It requires an optimal minus 8 degrees Celsius (17.6 degrees Fahrenheit) not to run.

(Photo courtesy of Edmunds)

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