GM to reveal 2016 Chevrolet Camaro in Detroit on May 16by Justin King
The free public event on Belle Isle will give priority to fans who show up in a Camaro.
General Motors has scheduled a fan-focused public event to unveil the 2016 Camaro.
The next-generation muscle car will bow on May 16 on Belle Isle, the island park that will host the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix two weeks after the new Camaro makes its debut.
"We wanted to share the moment with the customers and fans who have helped make Camaro both America's favorite performance car for the past five years, and a cultural icon since 1967," said Camaro marketing manager Todd Christensen.
Previous teasers show an evolutionary design shift for the sixth-generation Camaro, with redesigned headlights and a larger lower grille. The company promises to share additional details via regular teasers, revealing two details every 11 days until the whole car is introduced.
The free event will include Camaro-only parking for owners, with registration priority given to fans who agree to bring their Camaro to Belle Isle. Attendees will also be able to check out a Camaro museum, talk to engineers and designers, or take a hot-lap ride in a Z/28 around the Grand Prix course.