Talk about the epitome of a teaser – Chevrolet released this image of the 2014 Camaro’s grille today before its official debut at next week’s New York auto show.
Despite issuing a “new” release with the teaser image, Chevrolet has added little context on what to expect for the 2014 Camaro other than to say that “The 2014 model represents the most significant change for the fifth-generation Camaro.” However, earlier this month, Chevrolet confirmed that the revised Camaro would at least have some aesthetic updates. Judging from this picture, we can tell you that the Camaro will be getting a slimmer, more aggressive grille topped by a strip of chrome brightwork.
The Camaro actually saw a number of updates for the 2013 model year in the form of a revised center stack that incorporates a touchscreen and MyLink infotainment system and the addition of the high-performance ZL1 and 1LE models. The 2014 facelift will focus more on the car’s outside, potentially bringing the car’s extroverted looks more in line with Chevrolet’s new design language and, hopefully, a higher-quality interior. Pictured below is the 2013 model.
We doubt the powertrain options will change much, if at all. That means buyers will be able to choose from a 323-hp 3.6-liter V-6, a 6.2-liter V-8 in 400-hp and 426-hp flavors, or a 580-hp supercharged 6.2-liter V-8. Transmission options would likely remain unchanged, giving buyers the option of either a six-speed automatic or manual.
The 2014 Camaro will be joined by the 2014 SS sedan and Corvette Stingray coupe and convertible on the stand at the New York auto show next week. Stay tuned for more details.