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post #11 of 19 Old 07-13-2013, 08:39 PM
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The slim headlights are nice but it doesn't work with the front end. It's too large for such a slim headlight. Almost looks like the car is falling asleep.



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this IS NOT an official facelift for Camaro, this is a one off for Transformers similar to the Hero Mustang and the upcoming Need for Speed movie. Speculation is 6th gen Camaro will steal some design cues from this..
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Do you think the slim headlights will be used for the production model? That's my favorite part of this design, though it seems to be getting mixed reviews on the whole.
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post #14 of 19 Old 07-15-2013, 01:30 PM Thread Starter
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Do you think the slim headlights will be used for the production model? That's my favorite part of this design, though it seems to be getting mixed reviews on the whole.
If you want the truth i have a feeling chevy waits to see where the Mustang goes before making any serious styling decisions. Remember Camaro has always followed in Mustangs footsteps
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If you want the truth i have a feeling chevy waits to see where the Mustang goes before making any serious styling decisions. Remember Camaro has always followed in Mustangs footsteps
at this point it will be a smart move on their part as they are still in the very early stages of developing the next camaro.

and as we all have seen.....Ford already has a test mule out on the new platform with the new shell, a sign that we're getting much closer to seeing a new Mustang!
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at this point it will be a smart move on their part as they are still in the very early stages of developing the next camaro. meanwhile Ford already has a test mule out on the new platform with the new shell, a sign that we're getting much closer to seeing a new Mustang!
exactly, considering it was already announced the new Camaro will be rolling on a caddy alpha chassis, most of the technical work seems to be waiting for a shell to call home
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Who cares what the Camaro looks like



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Who cares what the Camaro looks like
Without Camaro the Mustang is just a lonely boy in the sandbox.
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post #19 of 19 Old 07-16-2013, 03:18 PM
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Without Camaro the Mustang is just a lonely boy in the sandbox.
not really, expanding out from the domestic brand and into Japanese, European, etc brands there are a few that can compete with the Mustang.

i can already see people comparing the FR-S/BRZ with the upcoming four cylinder mustang.

but the camaro is one of it's most direct competitors



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