This is pretty much the entire lineup for the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro, caught testing near GM’s Milford Proving Grounds. This time though, the prototypes are dawning production headlights and taillights, in a near production look.
Here you can see the ZL1, 1LT, SS coupe, and the SS convertible. All appear to be receiving a modest midcycle refresh that includes revised front and rear ends, along with the aforementioned lights.
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 introduced on the ZL1 last year is also expected in some of the variants.
Interior revisions will likely revolve around updated infotainment systems, although trim and material changes are also possible, but unlikely. Expect to see the new Camaro range on sale next year.