This year at the New York Auto Show Chevrolet unveiled the 2014 version of the Camaro with a refreshed design. Although the car got kinda overshadowed by the new Z/28, but changes were significant enough grab a lot of attention. With a narrower grille, fancier head and taillights, and larger air intakes, the Camaro now gains an ever so slightly more sophisticated appearance. But it’s not about the show.
As Camaro’s Program Engineering Manager Mark Dickens explains in this video, these changes were made to the looks of the car with performance in mind. They first had to perform, then please the eye. We’re not sure about the latter, but then again, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.