Destined for official début in around 12 months time, our European photographers have been chasing down the all-new Chevrolet Camaro before finally spotting it undergoing cold-weather testing in northern Sweden.
As expected the new Camaro will be a traditional, rear-wheel-drive American sportscar. It might even feature independent rear suspension (IRS).
What we know for sure, however, is that it will be powered by a huge 6.0-litre V8 featuring cylinder shutdown technology to improve fuel economy.
Despite the pictures here, we are still uncertain if the concept car’s 21-inch alloys (22 inches on rear) will make it into production.
Australia’s own Holden is responsible for the development process with the car to be built in Canada. A convertible variant is expected in 2010.