Chevrolet had a lot to talk about at its national dealer meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada. Aside from the mid-engine C8 Corvette teaser and a battery-electric performance vehicle, the Bowtie brand also showed off the 2019 Camaro.
Summarizing what he saw at the event, Nathan Chandler, of Van Bortel Chevrolet in New York, was able to provide a few details on what to expect from the 2019 Camaro refresh. In short, it’s not a major redesign that’s “not too far off” from the current car.
However, he added each trim/model will receive its own fascia. It’s unclear if this means the turbo-four, V6 and V8-powered cars will all look different, or if the actual trims themselves will sport different looks. An SS coupe and a lower-trim model were present at the event.
Additionally, the 2019 Camaro will allegedly sport LED running lights within the headlights and LED auxiliary lights within the refreshed fascia. Chandler also said the Camaro SS features a heat-extracting hood. Spy shots previously showed new headlights, perhaps all-LED units, lurking beneath the camouflage.
It remains unknown if Chevrolet will ultimately address one of the sixth-generation Camaro’s largest issues: the lack of affordable models.