A refresh for the sixth-generation Camaro is on its way in what is expected to be the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro. And just a few short hours ago, we spied the car undergoing testing in the Colorado Rockies just after the 2017 Solar Eclipse.
Likely undergoing high altitude testing, the vehicle featured a quad-tipped exhaust as a result of GM’s dual-mode exhaust system and sounded like it cradled V-8 power, likely from the 6.2L LT1 V-8 engine. The test vehicle featured camouflage on the front end, hood, and rear ends. Though we can’t much about the freshened design of the front or rear ends, we do know that they will be different from the original sixth-gen. From what we can tell from the spy shots, the revisions will come in the form of the front clip, headlamps, hood, taillamps and a new rear diffuser.
We also know that the 2019 Camaro will see a restructuring of trim levels, with likely a more affordable V-6 and V-8 variants being introduced so as to make the sixth generation muscle car more price competitive with its direct rivals so as to boost sales, which have decreased over the fifth-generation model.
Stay tuned to GM Authority for more ongoing Camaro news and coverage.