Is the Camaro EV SUV Blasphemy? Maybe, but It Might Look Like This

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There’s a good chance Chevy will be badgering the Camaro on an electric SUV in the next few years. We didn’t just pull it from you-know-what, either. Following reports of the upcoming Chevy Corvette sub-brand, we hear that GM is planning other spin-offs of popular nameplates in its sizeable portfolio, including Chevrolet’s iconic pony car, the Camaro.

If you’re annoyed that the Camaro likely took the same route the Mustang took with the Mach-E, we apologize. Please direct your anger in the comments section below or send an angry letter to our editors. However, if the thought of the Camaro EV SUV—called the E/28 perhaps?—excites you, our renderings predict what that machine will look like.

2025 two-door Chevrolet Camaro SUV renderings

Illustration by Fox Syndication/Ben Summerell-Youde|Car and Driver

Unlike the Mustang Mach-E, the electric Camaro featured in our illustration doesn’t have many obvious ties to today’s coupes and convertibles. Arguably the biggest similarity is its two-door body styling, which an insider source at GM tells us must be being considered for a possible crossover model, along with a more traditional four-door configuration.

The two-door version in our renderings also shares the rear quarter window seen on the regular Camaro, and the shoulder line is also similar. The side surfaces also look much cleaner than the busy Blazer bodywork. A set of large 10-spoke rims mounted on Continental tires nicely fills the ute’s wheel arches, and the overall aesthetic blends for a sporty look.

2025 two-door Chevrolet Camaro SUV renderings

Illustration by Fox Syndication/Ben Summerell-Youde|Car and Driver

Meanwhile, the hypothetical Camaro mug is a very interesting take on the upcoming Chevy Blazer EV design. The elements around the headlights do draw comparisons to the LED accents around the current generation Camaro, but the rest of its face is much different.

For those who hate the idea of ​​the Chevy Camaro EV SUV (those who are still reading), don’t think this spells the end of the Camaro as you know it. Our GM source tells us that future plans for the subbrand eventually include a 2+2 coupe and a convertible. However, it is said to be fully electric. In this case, you can go back to your regularly scheduled scolding.

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