Granted it was dark out, but that's never stopped me before. Lets just say I'm good at noticing things specifically to do with a cars exterior. Example: I was with my mom and we were leaving my cousins Christmas party it was dark as pitch outside. A car pulled out of its drive way and went down the hill in front of us, judging by the tail lights i said with 95% certainty it was a Volkswagen Jetta, my mom's reaction was and i quote "What the hell!" She didn't question it either cause she has no idea about cars, and I've been this strange for awhile, so she's kind of used to it.
I was driving home from work one night this last week or so, and I was turning on to Losey Blvd. and there she was-- granted its not what I would have wished for-- but in La Crosse you can't get to choosy. So she turned right in front of me, and I turned in behind her and followed closely for miles (stalker) I can't help it (drooling on my steering wheel the whole way)(until I had to turn off at my street). She is the closest car I will get to an actual Bumblebee Camaro, she was a 2008 Dodge Challenger. Which looks surprisingly like...you guessed it a 2010 Chevy Camaro. Any die hard Camaro fanatic will argue this point with me, which is OK, because i completely agree, the finer points of their body work do look different. But if your my mom or anyone with similar less experience with cars, and about 20-30ft away you'd swear its the same car. I know I've seen far away pictures and I can deduce the same notion.