2025 Chevy Camaro
The 2025 Chevy Camaro RS EV looks at how it will bring muscle cars into a fully electric world.
Kleber Silva, a Brazil-based virtual artist known as KDesign AG on social media, has decided to use CGI to imagine the next iteration of the Camaro (EV).
2025 Chevy Camaro
Dreamed of for the 2025 model year, the hypothetical Chevy Camaro ‘RSe’ comes with reinterpreted design elements from the Chevrolet FNR-X all-purpose sports concept vehicle that made its world premiere in 2017 at Auto Shanghai in China.
Currently, the RS is an appearance pack available at certain trim levels of the Camaro, but it can still trim it in its own right in the future.
The renderings stay true to the Camaro’s current exterior design, with the most noticeable change being the front.
In addition, the lighting is slimmer, and the headlights are not as clear as the current Camaro – the taillights follow a similar design trend with a streamlined light bar that crosses the top of the car’s rear.
Given that this is an EV rendering, the exhaust pipe is missing, and the lower front end resembles the general design of many sleek EVs already on the market.
The design of the side parts of the Camaro car undoubtedly remains faithful to the current car’s size, lines, and overall style.
Furthermore, the RS emblem on this car is similar to the one you find on the 2022 Camaro with the RS package; the colors used in the renderings are identical to the Red Hot colors Chevy currently offers for the Camaro now.
With the Spark now discontinued, the Camaro is the only vehicle Chevy offers other than the Bolt EV, Corvette, or Chevy Malibu, which is not a full-size truck, SUV, or van.
2025 Chevy Camaro RS EV
While the Camaro remains competitive against the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger in the United States, given Chevy’s plans to switch to the electric lineup sooner rather than later, we know that the Camaro won’t last much longer in its current form.
Challenger itself is moving towards an electric future in this decade, although Dodge has promised to maintain its performance-oriented characteristics.
Camaro has a long history in the United States and a dedicated fan base.
Moving the Camaro to a sedan or crossover version like Ford did with the Mach-E would likely deprive Camaro of rights to some of Camaro’s most loyal fans.
If Chevy produces a new version similar to this rendering that stays true to its sleek design and sports car persona, this could ease the transition of those who value today’s V8-powered coupe into the EV of the future.
Only time will tell what Chevy will decide with the Camaro once it moves to the next generation, but this rendering provides the desired hypothetical possibilities.