The sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro has been a far cry from the booming sales success the fifth-generation car was. Though there’s still plenty of life left in the Camaro and the brand is arguably pumping out the best of the nameplate these days.
And refreshed looks are inbound for the sports car. New spy shots seem to show the (2019?) Chevrolet Camaro with the same front clip camouflage we’ve seen in the past, likely hiding revised looks. The jury is out on what to expect from the refresh. Unlike the fifth-generation Camaro’s mid-cycle refresh, the sixth-generation may be in for a more substantial design redux. Many argue the car hasn’t gone far enough to differentiate it from its predecessor.
We see the entire range of Camaros, too. A convertible in more basic trimmings looks to be present, and the fleet is capped off by the king 2017 Camaro ZL1, which sports camouflage at the rear end. Interestingly, the Camaro ZL1 doesn’t have any front-end camo, while the other Camaros feature the skewing pattern at the front and rear.
There will likely be some changes under the skin as well. The Camaro ZL1 ushered in the 10-speed automatic transmission, which means the less-potent Camaro SS could receive be blessed with the additional cogs as well.
We also expect a Camaro Z/28 to become a hot topic in the coming years, though we have absolutely no concrete evidence of what to expect. The rumor mill has said a DOHC V8 engine will be under the hood, though.
Spy shots: Autoblog