Drivers got a tease of the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro SS Wednesday, scheduled to debut at the New York Auto Show next week. Model refreshes can be a mixed bag, Ireson writes, but with the Chevy Camaro, it's hard to know what to expect.
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Shown in SS trim, the bowtie badge, SS badge, and a slice of the hood, grille, and front bumper all look rather a lot like the current car. The most notable difference is the grille, which goes from a simple grid layout to a series of vertical bars with inset twin horizontal elements.
Chevy says the 2014 model will be the most significant change in the fifth-generation car's run, which makes sense--it's the first full refresh since the car's debut in 2009.