Chevrolet has restyled the Camaro for 2019 with new front and rear fascias, the 1LE package for every engine option, and a 10-speed automatic for the SS. Additionally, GM has given the Camaro optional tech which includes a forward collision warning system, rear camera mirror, and Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system.
2019 Camaros get a mild restyle. Chevrolet has given distinct styling elements for LS/LT, RS, and SS models. The front end of each gets new fascias, grille, LED dual-element headlamps and reshaped hood (ZL1 models retain their front end). The rear fascia is also restyled with RS and SS models getting specific diffusers as equipped with dual mode exhaust. The rear tail lights are more sculpted with red lenses on LS and LT models, with RS, SS, and ZL1 models getting dark-tinted neutral lenses. RS and SS models get new 20-inch wheel designs.
While the SS gets a 10-speed automatic transmission, it is not the 10L90E found in the ZL1. The SS gets the 10L80E found in the Silverado. Albeit, the transmission is specifically programmed for the Camaro to maintain a sporty character.
For the first time ever, the 1LE option package is now available with the 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The track-focused 1LE package includes the FE3 sport suspension, staggered summer tires, Brembo brakes, driving mode selector, and flat-bottomed suede steering wheel/shift knob.
Chevrolet has widened the optionally available tech for the Camaro. 2SS and ZL1 get a standard rear camera mirror, while lesser Camaros get a standard rearview camera. Standard across the board is Chevrolet’s Infotainment 3 system on a 7-inch touchscreen, with an optional 8-inch touchscreen navigation system an option. You may also equip the 2019 Camaro with a forward collision alert and a performance data recording system.
We expect pricing to stay about the same as 2018 models. The 2019 models hit the market in the fall of 2018.