Looks Like GM Is Working on Refreshed 6th Gen Camaro

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Jan 3, 2014
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A variety of Chevrolet Camaro test cars driving around Milford, Michigan with heavy camouflage on the front and rear suggest that GM is working on an exterior refresh – one which could help the company to improve muscle car sales. Reference: Camouflaged Camaro Test Cars in Milford Point to a Refresh

Living in beautiful Milford, Michigan has many upsides, but one unique advantage is being a few miles from the GM Proving Grounds. With the automaker’s huge test facility being right up the road, it is not uncommon to see all sorts of GM test vehicles driving past the house and in the past week, there have been a few Camaros in the area with heavy camo on the front and rear ends of the car. These cars are clearly 6th gen Camaros, but the fact that the front and rear are so well disguised all but guarantees that Chevy is working on a refreshed exterior – which could come as soon as 2019.

A Refreshed Camaro Already?
The 6th generation Chevrolet Camaro (shown above) was introduced for the 2016 model year so with the arrival of the 2018n models later this year, the current look of the car is only 3 model years old. In some cases, an exterior refresh in the 4th model year of a popular vehicle like the Camaro would seem a bit early, especially when the company has stuck with one look for longer periods of time with past Camaro models. However, since being introduced for 2016, sales have been slower than most analysts would have predicted.