A prototype of the facelifted 2019 Chevy Camaro has been spotted in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. The amazing sports car carries camouflage in the front and rear ends, which suggest where we can find the biggest styling changes. Though, the biggest changes are stashed under the skin, because the carmaker plans to boost power to the majority of engine options.
The power-boost isn’t précised at the moment. However, our insider claims that the current four-cylinder should jump from 275 to almost 300 horsepower. It’s pretty much the same story with the V6 and V8 options, while the most potent ZL1 should keep its 650 horsepower unchanged. Some reports suggest that Chevrolet prepares the all-new Z28, but there is no information regarding the powertrain of the model. Though, the insider claims that the new Z28 won’t use today’s 7.0-liter unit for sure. Still, the most important improvement regarding the performance is a 10-speed automatic transmission, which will reportedly be standard for all engines.
The exterior changes are hidden quite well, so we can’t really say what’s new here. As far as we see, the 2019 Chevy Camaro might get a slightly reshaped hood, possibly restyled grille, and new fenders, while the rear end sports updated taillights and diffusers. The prototype shows new wheels design as well, but we guess it’s not final yet.
The refreshed 2019 Camaro will make its debut early next year, most likely at the 2018 Detroit auto show. The awesome sports car will hit Chevrolet’s dealerships shortly after that with a starting price, which should not be too different from the current.