Camaro wins Autoweek Best Concept award at NAIAS
Only twice in AutoWeek's long and illustrious tradition of awarding favorite auto show models with big, fat, shiny trophies has a car won by unanimous vote. The first? That would be the Porsche Boxster concept back in 1993, which puts this Chevrolet Camaro in pretty darn good company. We certainly aren't alone in our admiration. At one point during the press preview, it looked as though the number of top-tier designers from competing automakers outnumbered members of the media swarming about the car. That had to have the bow-tie brass smiling. And if the 400-hp Corvette LS2 6.0-liter V8 found under the concept's hood makes its way into a production rendition, we will be smiling right along with them. Of course, we have to wait a few years to see if it really happens. Fingers crossed.
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