The reworked design implements a larger front grille and wide fascia with a controversial blacked-out bar splitting the grille itself. Additionally, designers placed the Chevy bowtie badge in the middle of the blacked-out components, which has left some rather puzzled on the decision. But, do simple tweaks “fix” the 2019 Camaro SS?
Camaro6 forum user Peter167 aimed to render what the 2019 Camaro would look like without the blacked-out bumper piece. The user also moved the now-standard “flowtie” badge to the upper grille. In the end, we happen to believe it truly does give the 2019 Camaro a much more cohesive look.
Really, not much changes. The design is identical, but the body-colored component and badge relocation really help take the edge off of the refreshed design. In fact, it looks more Camaro ZL1 inspired with the minor tweaks with just the right amount of aggression.
The artist also posted the rendered images in white, red and black aside from the 2019 Camaro SS’ blue debut color. We think white looks extraordinarily good with the rendering. But, we will save our final judgment on the official 2019 Camaro redesign for in-person. Let us know if the “fixed” images do the car justice in the comment section below.