The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will be revealed in a little more than two weeks than now, and while we have seen a few teasers for the next-generation Camaro, Chevy couldn’t help but let slip a few more. The new teasers show off illustrations of the pony car’s rear fender and aluminum hood, though these obviously aren’t the real thing just yet.
Chevrolet will be using a lot of aluminum on the 2016 Camaro, and that allows it to be at least 200 pounds lighter than the present iteration. The car’s suspension components will also use aluminum, and so will the instrument panel’s support beam.
Looking at the new teasers, the rear fender’s illustration suggests that Chevy will stick with its usual design language for the most part, but will make the new Camaro look a bit slimmer and more defined. And while these elements weren’t included in the teasers, we also know that the 2016 Camaro will evolve from the previous generation, and will boast of a tough-looking front design and a high belt line.
As Chevrolet will be unveiling the 2016 Camaro on May 16, we can expect a few more teasers to emerge between now and the big reveal.