1969 was the first year that the Chevrolet Camaro saw significant changes. Namely, the body panels were updated for a more expressive and muscular pony car look. The mechanical underpinnings of the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro remained the same, as did the hood, roof and deck lid, but the fenders, nose, and quarter panels were all updated and made for an overall more aggressive appearance.
Up front, the grille featured an angled “V” design, allowing the headlights to be more deeply inset. Out back, the taillights were extended to a triple-lens setup. Louvers were added on the rear quarter panels, just ahead of the rear wheels. Creases also emerged from the top of all four wheel arches, extending rearward.
Inside, the round gauges from the ’67 and