The all new 2010 Chevrolet Camaro has returned to much celebration by muscle car fans. With concept car styling, the Camaro is a sleek and athletic sport coupe that draws upon its legendary heritage. The two-door, four-passenger pony car is available in three trim levels: LS, LT and the powerful SS. The LS and LT Camaros are motivated by a 3.6-liter 304-hp High-Feature V6 and is capable of up to 29 mpg hwy. The V6 comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission while a six-speed paddle-shift automatic is optional. The Camaro SS features GM's 6.2-liter LS3 V8 which produces 426-hp when connected to the six-speed manual transmission and delivers high 4-second 0-60 times. The Camaro is also available with an automatic transmission version of the SS which features GM's Active Fuel Management system offering 25 mpg hwy while delivering 400-hp. Other features include standard traction control, OnStar NAV, XM, multiple airbags and optional upgraded audio, two-tone sport leather seats, Bluetooth, HID headlamps and an RS performance package. Competitors include Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger and Hyundai Genesis Coupe.Read more Read less
The Camaro name returns after a six-year absence, as an all-new sports car, with styling inspired by the original 1960s muscle-car Camaros, paired with thoroughly modern powertrains and some of the latest high-technology interior conveniences. It goes on sale early in calendar-year 2009, as a 2010 model.
Acceleration and performance; crowd-drawing retro-muscle-car design; modern interior style; safety features; affordable price
GM wants to appeal to nostalgic buyers wanting to relive their muscle-car past with the Camaro. It's also a hard-edged sports car or modern touring coupe, depending on how it's configured. The new Camaro is priced to be a sports car for the everyman, with V-6 models starting at less than $25,000.