Now that the sixth-generation Chevy Camaro is entering its third year on sale, Chevy felt it was time to give it an update. Like most midcycle refreshes, there aren't many major mechanical changes, though there is the addition of a new model. Unlike most midcycle refreshes, the exterior has been given a pretty drastic overhaul.
The Z-28 Camaro in 1984 came with a 5.0-liter V8 making a respectable 190 horsepower. Buyers who went with the base four-cylinder engine, however, got just 92 Iron Duke horses. Few did. Here's a very rare Iron Duke Camaro in a Central Valley self-service wrecking yard.
GM refiles Camaro and Corvette paperwork with the California Air Resources Board. The 2019 Camaro won't get a seven-speed manual, could get a 10-speed automatic.
Praise for the Dodge Demon, but harsh words for Ford.
A CARB document shows the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro getting a seven-speed manual option.
This is a numbers matching car that was fully restored by Hagerty.
We're totally onboard with this.
This Camaro is nothing like what we'll see on the streets.
Suspension by Multimatic, brakes by Brembo, tires by Goodyear. Smiles by whoever's driving.
Lots of aero, barely street-legal tires, and high-tech suspension do wonders.
Look for a bump in power to complement the new looks.
Underneath is the updated Camaro.
500 high-speed miles tell you a lot about a very powerful convertible.
It will compete in the Pirelli World Challenge and Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge.
Basically it's a 1LE with an automatic transmission.
Faster than the current Corvette Z06, slower than a Hellcat.
Chevy adds a sporty new trim.