We're not expecting a bevy of exterior modifications – regardless of what you think of its performance, the fact that it's been "the most popular sports car in America for three consecutive years" proves people like what they see – but we can spot a nip here and a tuck there (click on the image above to enlarge). For instance, there's chrome trim highlighting the fascia, and the grille has been restyled with a cleaner look. We're curious to see the rest of the car, especially what's just out of frame in this teaser, like the air intake seen on the current car.
We're also hoping for powertrain updates, including the addition of the LS7 engine, along with an improved interior. And finally, now would probably be a good time to remind you that we have seen some interesting views of what may be a refreshed Camaro already via the set of spy shots you see below. There aren't any guarantees that these spy shots are the finished product, or if it is something other than as SS – it definitely doesn't match the current car or the teaser above – but you're welcome to scroll on through regardless.
DETROIT – The redesigned 2014 Camaro SS will debut at the New York International Auto Show on Wednesday, March 27 at 12:45 p.m., EDT.
The 2014 model represents the most significant change for the fifth-generation Camaro, which has been the most popular sports car in America for three consecutive years. The new Camaro will be joined by the all-new Corvette Stingray and Chevrolet SS performance sedan, completing the line of new performance vehicles Chevrolet will offer for 2014.
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