Of all the places for Chevy reveal the 2010 Camaro SS, it's chosen a GM-sponsored photo spread for Conde Nast. The free supplement's zeitgeist is "Fashion Rocks" and in keeping with the theme, they've chosen the decidedly un-rocking Fergie as the musical icon to accompany the Camaro SS on glossy stock.
var digg_url = 'http://digg.com/offbeat_news/KAPOW_Caped_Crusader_Camaro_packs_a_visual_punch#c7170375'; Beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder, and any automotive passion is usually OK in our books, but this is pushing things a bit, even for us. Someone took a perfectly nice Camaro SS and added a bunch of Batman adoration to create this Batmaro, a.k.a. the Caped Crusader Camaro, complete with an appropriately winged body kit, Batman symbol spinner wheels, and the airbrushed visage of Got
Sure, it's just one designer's idea of how a Camaro SS might look in 2008 or beyond, but Lutz and Co. should take note of some of the design elements in this rendering by Atomicshark. The deep-set headlights with bumper-mounted foglights surrounded by the white SS stripe bring back memories of the Camaro's past, but the swoopy rear fenders seem to miss the mark a bit. We also think the four round taillights are way too close to recent Impalas, but it's always nice to dream about what might be so
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