This is the ’19 Chevy Camaro, caught while testing in the Rockies, and this time showing off some new details.
The Camaro will get a mid-cycle facelift next year. Based on the camo on this prototype, the front end on the standard models will receive some comprehensive changes from the A-pillar forward. From the shots, it appears that the Camaro will get a more modern, yet aggressive look up front. Around back, there’s a revised rear fascia, along with new taillights.
To keep pace with the Ford Mustang, expect minor engine enhancements and more widespread use of the 10-speed automatic that is now offered on the ZL1. More technology features lifted from the Cadillac ATS are also likely to appear.
There is still the rumor of the return of the Z/28 on the sixth-generation Camaro, too.
Expect to see the revised Camaro next year.
Photo credit: Brian Williams, SpiedBilde