• Mar 11th 2008 at 11:27AM
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Click above for more high-res spy shots of the white Camaro prototype

We're not sure how this happened, but Corey Roginski, the same photographer who snapped the batch of black Camaro pics we showed you last night, also managed to shoot one in white. It appears he was given the same cordial welcome by engineers in whose care the car was placed, even going so far as to take a picture of the beaming photog posing with the car. Corey tells us that the he owns a '69 Camaro that his family bought new nearly 40 years ago, so getting to do an impromptu photo shoot with two prototypes of 2009's hottest car is why his face is beaming like a kid in a candy store.

We must be quick to point out that things like the headlights and taillights and other various components of the car are not final production pieces. But the body shape likely is, every crease, curve and bulge (unless GM's playing a horrible trick on all of us). As was the case with yesterday's batch of photos, Corey wasn't allowed to shoot the interior, further lending credence to GM VP of Global Design Ed Welburn's claim that the production innards of the new Camaro will be a pleasant surprise, despite spy photos that suggest otherwise.

[Source: Corey Roginski for Brenda Priddy & Co.]

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      • 7 Years Ago
      ya know, based on some of the shots it does look a little porky.. but those pics a while ago of it parked next to the current mustang made it look pretty trim and sleak...

      also this pic with the guy crouching next to it makes it look pretty small imo..

      the headlights are clearly not final.. and i dont know what people are talking about with the body gaps.. i mean come on.. its a pre-production model, you can't really judge it based on these cars
        • 7 Years Ago
        The car is larger than the F-body vehicles. Its riding on Zeta which is a full-size car platform. Its almost like a shortened 2 door G8. Any word on what engines this will use? If its an LS3, then no thanks (I won't pay for premium fuel), but an L76 option would do nicely.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Are you objected to the premium fuel thing on principle?

        If the difference between regular and premium (not mid-grade) is 6%, and you can get 9% better mileage, the cost per mile is less for premium.

        What about the 10% ethanol [if you live in an area with 10% ethanol] You should be more miffed at that for reducing you mileage 3.25%+-0.25%, yet the AKI has not been increased, so you could purchase mid-grade instead of premium.

      • 7 Years Ago



      (but it still looks like a Jack O'Lantern to ME !!)

      They took the 1969 theme and crapped it up with the Bad Boy 90s macho stuff -- the Mustang is able to appeal to a broader social spectrum.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Looks like enough space for those rear mounted turbos.

      • 7 Years Ago
      I liked the concepts headlights better.

      Other than that, i guess everything else is great-except the previous interior spy shots.
      • 7 Years Ago
      From a forum



      And if this car is bland then what does that make the endless mainstream, FWD sedans and refridgerator box trucks polluting our roads?
        • 7 Years Ago
        "Equally bland"

        i.e.: Big, bubbly piece of nineties-style plastic.

        a.k.a.: Retro done by a guy named Bubba, designed with a chainsaw.

        If that car comes free with a pair of fuzzy dice I'll reconsider...
        • 7 Years Ago
        Equally bland?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Here's more pics of the white car, including underbody shot and closeups of lights:


      There's true dual exhausts!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Lucky Guy. I usually don't care for white cars but somehow this one looks pretty good to me.
        • 7 Years Ago
        I really like those A5. Personally, if I had to choose between the 335xi and the A5, I'd go for the Audi. If I were looking for a Rear-wheeler, I'd go with the 335i but other than that, the A5 is one hell of a ride.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I never get tired of seeing new pics of the upcoming Camaro. It looks so badass. I love that long and wide hood... the front fascia makes it look very aggressive.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I really hope they tighten up those panel gaps or maybe GM is just going back to it's old tricks. The car looks cheap...like a big hunk of good ole American plastic.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Im loving the pronounced hips in the back. Sits very well.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Oops I noticed a typo in the article, should read

      "...two prototypes of 2012's hottest car is why his face is beaming like a kid in a candy store."

      See you next decade GM!
      • 7 Years Ago
      *Yaaaaaaawn!* Somebody please wake me when this thing FINALLY arrives.
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