High Performance - Muscle CAr
CopyCat Award Winner
It is too bad the Chevrolet believes that they can do as the Chinese and steal everyone else image. If they think they can get away with this and not get slammed for theft, then they overlooked AutoLooks. Next time Chevrolet should stick to their own image and leave Honda's alone.
The new Camaro really isn't anything special since all it has is a refreshed front and rear. That really isn't enough to make a big enough impact on the muscle car segment. Really Chevrolet should have just rounded out the tail lights and lost the chrome accents or just added in the big box lights from the late 80's Camaros. Next they could have added on some rear diffusers and a more appropriate spoiler. Up front they could have done away with the cheap plastic and gone with a bee-hive grille from the Sonic and Spark instead.
Had Chevrolet made the changes above, then they could have said they changed the Camaro for the better. Too bad they didn't, since now we all have to live this bland and boring, sorry excuse for a muscle car.
Taillight design of the 2014 is borrowed from the 2000 Prelude - CopyCat Award
Front End: C
Good: A well blended front grille which blends the lights and grille into one
Bad: One large and very bland lower duct. Cheap Plastic
Rear End: D+
Good: An exhaust that means business
Bad: Can anyone say 2000 Honda Prelude tail lights
Good: One hard edged body line shows off its muscular appeal
Bad: All too common wheel design
Overall Appeal: C
Good: This has that Camaro appeal
Bad: Cheap plastic and lack of chrome
OVERALL GRADE = C
AutoLooks Buy List Approved: No
Recommended Tuner: Yes
Trend Setter: No
Brand Value: Decrease