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Chevy Flashes a Glimpse of 2014 Camaro SS

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On: Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 9:14AM | By: Chris Weiss

Chevy Flashes a Glimpse of 2014 Camaro SS

The New York International Auto Show is less than a week away and automakers are preparing by getting the press and public excited about what's in store. Chevy will debut the redesigned 2014 Camaro SS at the show and has released a quick teaser of the Camaro model.

"The 2014 model represents the most significant change for the fifth-generation Camaro, which has been the most popular sports car in America for three consecutive years," Chevy says in its media advisory. "The new Camaro will be joined by the all-new Corvette Stingray and Chevrolet SS performance sedan, completing the line of new performance vehicles Chevrolet will offer for 2014."

The picture isn't exactly provocatively revealing, but it shows a slimmer grille with more prominent vertical slats and chrome trim on top. The photo is fairly frustrating, in that what we'd really like to see - say the headlamp and hood - are ever so slightly out of view. We'll just have to use our imaginations for a few days.

Whether or not the new Camaro SS proves to be all that much of a story, New York is certain to be a good show for GM muscle. The thoroughly redesigned seventh-generation Corvette was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in January, and the convertible version followed in Geneva earlier this month. We're hoping to see both at the New York show.

The new Corvette carries the Stingray name of the second and third generations and uses an all-new 450-hp 6.2-liter LT1 V8. It will go on sale during the third quarter.

The Camaro SS will make its first appearance on Wednesday, March 27, the first media day of the show.

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