2019 will bring a lightly facelifted Camaro, which will most likely make its way to Holden showrooms
Motor Authority has published photos of what appears to be a facelifted Camaro ZL1, which of course is set to be a big ticket item in Holden showrooms, with HSV bringing the muscle cars into Australia, converting them to right hand drive and selling them on.
The pics were snapped by Camaro6 forum user mlee, and they reveal that the facelifted Camaro ZL1 will retain its angular face, but adopt a more modern and high tech rear.
It has been officially revealed that the 2019 Camaro SS will bear a rather controversial front end.
Little else is known about the update, and huge mechanical changes aren’t forecast, so the facelifted Camaro ZL1 will still pack 485kW and will be mated to a six-speed manual or a 10 speed automatic.
Motor Authority reckons that the facelifted ZL1 will feature line lock mode, AKA burn out mode.
It is not known when the revised Camaro will officially debut. Stay tuned.