This is the the lineup for the ’19 Chevrolet Camaro, caught testing near GM’s Milford Proving Grounds.
Pictured are the ZL1, 1LT, SS coupe and the SS convertible. All appear to be receiving a midcycle refresh that includes revised front and rear ends, perhaps extensively so, given the amount of camouflage applied to these prototypes.
Mechanically, the cars should all get tweaks to the existing four-, six-, and eight-cylinder engines, though the possibility of the return of the Z/28 remains. The 10-speed automatic that launched on the ZL1 last year should spread some, if not all, other models to replace the current eight-speed unit.
Interior revisions will likely revolve around updated infotainment systems, although trim and material changes are also possible.
The ’19 Camaros should be on sale by fall 2018.
Photo credit: Brian Williams, SpiedBilde