Chevrolet was spotted testing the entire 2019 Chevrolet Camaro line-up outside their Milford Proving Grounds testing facility that was put up way back in the 1920s.
The cars that you can catch a glimpse of in the shots are the ZL1, 1LT, SS coupe, and the SS convertible. Taking the camouflage of these prototypes into account, they appear to be receiving a mid-cycle refresh since the center portion of the cars haven’t been touched. The front and rear-ends seem to be updated, and if not more, we can expect new head and tail lamp clusters, along with larger air dams.
Chevrolet is happy with how the earlier Camaros have been received by the general buyer, so don’t expect any radical shifts from the original distinct styling. However, the range’s existing four, six, and eight-cylinder engines could go in for some tweaks to better the overall performance. Sources also suggest that the 10-speed automatic gearbox, launched on the ZL1 last year, could find its way into some of the models in the line-up that currently use the eight-speed transmission.
Chevrolet’s 2019 Camaros are expected to go on sale by the last quarter of 2018, ideally after being showcased at a motor show.