The sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro is in full swing with a dose of performance for any lifestyle, whether that’s in 4-cylinder turbo power, naturally-aspirated V8 power from the Camaro SS or even in the form of track-ready, supercharged V8 power from the Camaro ZL1.
But, as expected, the Camaro is in for a slightly updated look and spy shots have once again captured Chevrolet’s refreshed sports car. Expected for the 2019 model year, the Camaro will likely wear a slightly revised front fascia, judging by the amount of camouflage applied to the front end. It’s certainly not a special Camaro, though the added camo may make it seem as if it was.
One of the criticisms of the current sixth-generation Camaro design is that it looks too much like the fifth-generation model, and therefore, may be less motivating for some Gen-5 owners to trade up to. All of that heavy camo could be hiding a design with greater differentiation than before. And judging by where the camouflage extends to, it’s safe to say the fenders and hood will get a slight makeover, as well. Heading to the rear of the Camaro, we may see a minor tweak in the taillamp design, but that looks to be it.
As for what may be lurking underneath, it’s likely much of the same, engine-wise. Though, the 10-speed automatic transmission could make its way to the Camaro SS, as Ford is making the move with the Mustang GT. The 10-speed auto was a co-development project between both Ford and General Motors, after all.
Spy shots: Autoblog