2012 Chevrolet Camaro Guyver by Chrome & Carbon

The first thought that entered our brains when we took a look at this Camaro creation was, "Who let out Bumblebee’s evil twin and where can we find one for ourselves?" Then realization set in and we discovered that what we had here was so much cooler than a Transformer. This is the Chevrolet Camaro Guyver by Chrome & Carbon. The look of this tuning package is exquisite, but we’d expect nothing else since it was inspired by a legend.

Guyver is an old Japanese animation series where the main hero discovers his own body can be transformed into a futuristic superhero. So, really, we weren’t that far off with the whole Transformer thing. The particular Camaro used for this transformation received huge inflated fenders, large air intakes, and plenty of other carbon fiber elements. These few additions completely change the look of the muscle car, turning it into an aggressive beast ready to take on the streets.

Of course, the only streets this muscle car will be riding on are the streets of Dubai, since it has been built specifically for a customer residing there.

UPDATE 08/26/12: New photos of the Chevrolet Camaro Guyver by Chrome & Carbon have been released and by good golly, they are awesome. Check out the new pics in the gallery below!


6 comments:

The details on the hood define how powerful the engine was. The combination of red and black color on the exterior looks well and gives the sportier look with aggressiveness.

I think it would be much better if they balance the glossy shine of chrome paint on the hood. It will complete the aggressive look of this model.

Excellent body kit in deep orange, specially the side skirts and the hood made out of carbon fiber. A total eye candy, I barely even notice the scraps around it.

Woo! The front bumper captures my attention the most. It has a unique style yet a good production of it. I can’t really see the wheels because it’s too dark in the place being shot.

Impressive platform! The slants and curves give boldness to the vehicle. I love
the idea of deriving its concept to Guyver. It captures my interest.

First and foremost, how do they come up with this place? It’s not suitable for this new model of Chevrolet for it’s glossy on body paint and the way it looks more aggressive on the front designs. I do get disappointed with this.

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