The upcoming Chevrolet Camaro has been caught testing on several occasions over the last few months. However, in the recent sighting at Colorado in the U.S, the facelifted Camaro had shed some camouflage which gives away a few details.
External highlights of the facelifted car include the refreshed front fascia, restyled tail lamps, new-design alloy wheels and a new rear diffuser. Although the external updates will be kept to a minimum (since it is a facelift), the biggest change will be to the motor.
Despite the car maker being tight-lipped about the powertrain options, reports state that the current engines will be re-tuned to make considerably more power in the new application. The highlight, of course, would be the new 10-speed automatic transmission that’s rumoured to be standard throughout the range.
Meanwhile, sources also expect the facelifted Camaro to get more comfort features and tech-laden functions that will most likely be borrowed from the Camaro's Cadillac ATS sibling. It is believed that the updated Camaro may possibly debut at the Detroit Auto Show before going on sale later in 2018.