Although rumors hint at the Camaro turning into an EV sedan, a.c.g_design's new render shows great potential for Chevy's iconic muscle car.

It makes sense that there are so many renderings of what our current sports cars and muscle vehicles would look like after electrification. 

In the case of the Ford Mustang, we obviously don't need to guess because we already know how it will appear and that it will still feature a V8.

The successor to the venerable and adored Chevrolet Camaro, the pony car to the Mustang, will probably be an entirely new electric sedan, with or without the storied moniker. 

Since the present vehicle won't be evolving further, it will fortunately remain in production until 2024 and get an unique send-off edition.

The 2024 Chevrolet Camaro Will Be Electric If It Exists

The Camaro's retirement from production after 2023 has already been announced by General Motors, thus the future is undoubtedly electric, but it is unclear in what form. 

To that end, the 2024 Chevrolet Camaro concept in this image seems to have a new drivetrain that makes it look aggressive and strong.

Its bodywork features pumped-up lines, huge wheel arches, and a high nose give it a Camaro-like appearance. 

The wheels are deep-dish black rims that sit in those large arches, and there is a black spoiler at the back of the vehicle. 

It isn't a fully evolved design, but it nevertheless has a contemporary appearance while maintaining the traditional appearance  ...

thanks to elements of the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1's profile and characteristics.