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It's been two weeks since we've found new spy shots of uncovered Chevy Camaro prototypes, but the enthusiasts over at Canaro5 (photos were first on CamaroZ28.com) have released 17 new pics of the pony car with a bow-tie. The photos have a February time-stamp and are taken from the same location as the last spy shots we published, but there are plenty of close-ups and new angles this time around.

While some details like headlights and some trim components are not production-ready, the sheet metal is pretty much 100% authentic, and looking pretty damn good if we may be so bold. The side view of the Camaro pictured above is just dead-sexy, and in Ebony this fine filly looks like it can eat lesser transportation for breakfast. It's nice to see a prototype roaming public streets without the hideous camo, and crisp photos and accommodating engineers are a lot better than what we've seen in the past. The only bad part is that we have to wait it out for another year before the 2010 Camaro hits dealer showrooms. We've posted six pics in the gallery below, or you can follow the link below to see all 17 photos on CamaroZ28.com.


[Source: CamaroZ28.com via Camaro5]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      White Camaro has 1.8 liter four cylinder with no turbo ( RS model ), and the black one has a turbo charged 2.0 EcoTech ( known as the SS "Maximum Bob special edition" ). Neither can put over 200 hp on a chassis dyno. Sad.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Because he's a dick who thinks he's funny?
        • 7 Years Ago
        I'm not trying to be a jerk, but how do you know exactly what engines are in these test mules?
        • 7 Years Ago
        What's the word on a direct-injection 6-pot?
      • 7 Years Ago
      i want to see the final version already
      • 7 Years Ago
      Not much to say anymore, with pics every other week, but they definately need to polish up that grill area. I think it may look a little bloated because of the photos. Having seen it at auto shows, the lines are actually quite crisp and complimentary.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Headlights look too small-hope the production ones are bigger.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I'm liking the black ones a lot. Did anyone else notice the foreign-market white Chevy Lumina (rebadged G8) sitting right beside the Camaros? It can be seen more clearly in the photos on Camaro5.com. Possibly an Impala mule?
      • 7 Years Ago
      I don't know. In the main picture, the rear fenders look like something that Car Craft would do on an old camaro to fit 3" wider tires on the back. It looks interesting, just not what you might call "production." Besides, if I want a big, heavy, powerful car I'll just go for the G8 GXP...
      • 7 Years Ago
      Doesn't have that retro look, the back looks like a bloated corvette and the front needs work, just hope they don't use the dash from the spy pics.
      • 7 Years Ago
      It's really grown on me since the concept debuted, but my problem remains; like my concern with the Challenger, I wonder what happens to its "retro appeal" when this car becomes common (see also: PT Cruiser, HHR, New Beetle).

      Despite never being a Ford guy, the neo-Stang still looks great to me, because it's based on a truly fantastic car. The first-gen f-body cars are nice looking (my first ride was a '68 Firebird), but were very short-lived (three production years), and nowhere near as iconic as the Mustang. I see an old Stang, I think "beautiful, classic." I see an old Camaro, I think "wow, old. Wonder if the motor's stock..."

      Jury'll be out until they've been on the market a couple of years. Could go either way.
      • 7 Years Ago
      yawn
      • 7 Years Ago
      If these pics of Camaros are coming in every other day, and nothing is new, why even post anymore?
        • 7 Years Ago
        I have to say that I personally agree with this point.
      • 7 Years Ago
      It had better be something spectacular.

      The Challenger will have been out for two model years before the Camaro hits the dealers, About that time the 'Stang will be up for a refresh. It just looks like GM is taking too long to get it to market.

      I'm sure all the GM faithfuls will get one, but what about the discretionary buyers? In this day of instant satisfaction, buyers will buy a Chally or Stang because they can't wait two more years.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Looks fat.
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