You may remember the recent rendering imagining the styling cues of the third generation Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z as they would look on the modern model. Now wb.artist20 is back to show off the rear of this retro-tinted machine. Arguably, this grip is even better than the sight of the nose.
The artist needs to make some pretty significant design changes to the tail of the current Camaro to keep it following the cues of the third-generation model. The B pillar should be straighter. Without the roofline going all the way to the rear axle, the vehicle gets a bubble-shaped rear window. One of the advantages of this layout is that it seems to offer better visibility than the modern setup.
The taillights on the latest Camaro have taillights with red outlines around white lamps in a style that vaguely evokes the look of the early 1970s model. For this rendering, the car gets a look straight out of the 80s. with a more angular look that comes to a point at the edges. A spoiler is integrated into the rear deck.
The most significant change is the rear fairing where this rendering gains a diffuser and trapezoidal tailpipes. In comparison, the IROC-Z sweeps up from the rear wheels to the lowest part of the bumper. The tailpipes slide under this part and are largely out of sight.
The third-generation Camaro lasted for model years 1982 through 1992, and the IROC-Z was available from 1985 through 1990. By comparison, the latest model arrived for 2016MY. A continuing rumor suggests that the performance model could face retirement without replacement after 2023. Chevy is yet to say anything official on the fate of the model.