This photoshopped 2010 Chevy Camaro might be digitally wearing plates from the German tuning shop Hamann Motorsport, it's most assuredly not the real thing. Hamann spends a lot of time customizing the latest and greatest from the likes of BMW, Ferrari, Porsche and Lamborghini into highly-wound cars with names like "Hamann Flash," "Hamann Cyclone" and "Hamann Conquistador," but they're not so much known for tuning cars from Chevy. We think that's all going to change once they see this piece of work. OK, probably not, as this is actually just a poorly done p-shop from a deviant artist with the handle of Morfiuss. When not busy trying to prove Keanu Reeves is "The One," the Croatian p-shops cars — like this Camaro — that will never exist. Especially because everyone knows Hamann's really busy working on a Chevy Aveo for SEMA with a cat-back quad-piped exhaust. We hear they'll be calling it the "Hamann Budget." Click here for a high-res shot. (Hat tip to Tobias!) [deviantart via musclecars.at]
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I'd call it the "Hamann-a, Hamann-a, Hamann-a"