Chevy’s Innovative 2010 Chevrolet Camaro
The 2010 Chevrolet Camaro was originally supposed to come out in 2008 as the 2009 Chevrolet Camaro has rolled out into production in Spring of 2009. This muscle car carries on the family legacy of the Chevy brand, dating all the way back to the sixties. Designed to compete with Ford’s newest Mustang, it resembles the Pontiac G8’s look to a certain extent; it’s a true American muscle car. Check out the impressive specifications below:
- 2-door coupe OR 2-door convertible models
- V6, 3.6L engine running at 300 horse powers OR V8, whopping 6.2L engine
- LS, LT or SS models
- Manual or automatic transmission available for V6
- SS model with a manual transmission with the V8 gets up to 422 horse powers
- Cylinder deactivation made possible with the GM Active Fuel Management
- ABS, Traction Control, front-side and curtain-side airbags, Anti-Skid available as safety features
- Wireless cellular link for cell phones
- Satellite radio option, USB port, remote engine start
- Rear-obstacle detection system
What’s new about the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro? One, it utilizes GM’s new global rear-wheel-drive architecture, which means improved handling. Two, all 2010 Chevrolet Camaro models and the powertrain combinations come with 6-speed transmissions that keep fuel economy in mind: this car does 23 miles per gallon on highways. Three, the 2010 Chevy Camaro features direct injection in addition to the Active Fuel Management system to keep the engine running efficiently, yet delivering the true American muscle car experience to the driver.
Design-wise, there’s no arguing that the Camaro came a long way since its introduction in the late sixties. There’s the definitive “wings” on the side (that sort of look like fish gills) that make your 2010 Chevrolet Camaro noticeable from a mile away. The back is brand new, with broad “shoulders” at the rear bumper. The V-shaped front is very sporty looking, contributing to Chevy’s exquisite taste in muscle car design.
Even on the inside, the Camaro doesn’t disappoint; this 2010 model boasts a rich interior. Big, chrome control buttons and non-glossy surfaces resemble a wealthy look. The car doesn’t feel “cheap” like the competing Mazdas do. LED back-lights are bright and crisp, and the center console resembles that of Chevy Camaro’s original predecessors, yet at the same time this monster muscle car challenges its predecessors in overall delivery.