When the 2010 Chevy Camaro comes out, it is going
to have some competition from Ford and Dodge with the Mustang and Challenger,
but it will still come out on top with the sporty look and superior horsepower.
Whether you drive the manual transmission or the automatic transmission,
reaching top speed will be no problem for those of us thrill seekers. If Chevy
stays on plan with the independent rear suspension and MacPherson struts in the
front, they should have a car capable of blowing away any other sports car in
The look of the 2010 Chevy Camaro is inspired
somewhat by the original 1969 Camaro, but with bolder lines and a much more
aggressive body style. The look of the car from the back is what is going to
draw attention. Looking at the back window up to the roof, you see a smooth
delivery that enhances the look of the car. When the 2010 Chevy Camaro first
appeared at the Detroit car show, it was soon realized that that this was going
to be a collectors dream. Although there is still some speculation as to when
the car would come off the line, we now know that the new Chevrolet Camaro is
going to become a reality.
The only thing stopping everyone from owning this car is the release date.
The original MSRP of the various models is still unknown, but with all the
horsepower and custom design that will make this car "The car of the
century" one can only imagine it will be worth every penny. Chevy
dealerships around the country have already been flooded with the same
question over and over, which isn’t how much is it going to cost, but when
will it FINALLY be released. We finally have the answer. September 19th
through the 21st, 2009 at the Brickyard event in Indianapolis, IN. Chevy
officials will be on hand with several different trim styles and engine
types, as well as all of the specifications you are dying to know about such
as their horse power, gas mileage and MSRP.
If you owned a 1969 Camaro (or wished you did),
you are definitely going to love the 2010 Chevy Camaro. It is destined to become
equally as memorable and sought after as the 69 Camaro. Remembering back,
collectors were willing to pay top dollar for a project car and cars in supreme
condition went for more money than it costs you to buy a nice little house. It
will be intriguing to see how the 2010 Chevy Camaro compares to the original in
the long run.