• Mar 24, 2008
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Unlike a number of other drugs, the great thing about 2010 Camaro sightings is that you cannot OD on them. With that in mind, we bring you a lengthy Camaro video, this time of a black car being trailed by an "official" camera car. The great thing about this video is that it comes with its own theme music, and the great thing about that is that you know you're going to hear this song coming out of a lot of Camaros when they hit the streets next year. Maybe they'll even offer loudspeakers in the grill as an option so you can blast it on the way to Dairy Queen. We like the song and the car, and as we said when we reviewed the Camaro Convertible concept: we'll take it in black with black wheels, please. To see the feast for eyes and ears, follow the jump for the video.



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      • 6 Years Ago
      No offense to AC/DC, but the only soundtrack I want to hear from this Camaro comes from a throbbing V8.

      There was one a couple of months back from one at the GM proving grounds that sounded awesome.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Not a customer, but still like the design, although it still seems to me that sheet metal is missing where the window meets the trunk, just an odd shape, Camaro from 68 to last run never chopped off or sunk away in that area, just dont get it. Either way, guys like us see this crap all the time, but would not believe the people I talk to who are totally unaware a Challenger and Camaro are even coming. Those people might just be the majority and the core buyers.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Scott 3: You couldn't be more correct. I love when factually challenged people complain and give their "theories".

      Complaints about sound track: I'd rather hear AC/DC then 60mph wind slapping the microphone, cause that's all you'll hear. If you have doubts, try it yourself, grab a cam, stick it out the window. At least dude took the time to put a soundtrack on it.

      Over hype complaints: With all the attention and stalking this thing is getting, not to mention pre-sale deposits to dealers, it will be big despite what GM nay sayers spew. Not to mention the attention you gave it and STILL complained. You watched the video and typed a response.

      For all the whiners, I'll go call you a wah-mbulance.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I hope they dont keep those headlights for the production version....
      • 6 Years Ago
      Isn't it about time for GM to start leaking spy shots of the facelifted 2014 Camaro? We already know what every square inch of this one looks like from every angle - and more pictures ain't making it look any better.

      Wait, what am I saying?! For it to be facelifted it would have to still be in production by then. Long shot.
      • 6 Years Ago
      No power slides? Lame.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Does anyone else think its odd that on a black car, we can't see the reflection of the chase vehicle?
      • 6 Years Ago
      Only you hardcore auto junkies are feeling the overexposure. I'm an intermittent Autoblogger, and I haven't seen or heard a thing about the Camaro since... the last time I was on an auto blog.

      The general public will not have the same fatigue you will. Draw your conclusions from that as you will.
      • 6 Years Ago
      i liked the rear view mirrors on the concept better. What happen to those?
      • 6 Years Ago
      The same people the hate the Mustang post on Autoblog will start complaining soon about the Camaro next because look how many Camaro post there already are and its not even out yet. Anyways just a little rant. I will take a Shelby GT500 over this car though. Still a nice car and it will appeal mostly to GM fanboys more than anything else.
        • 6 Years Ago
        The issues we had with Mustang posts was the eight or nine special editions per week from a while back. It seemed any tuner who could apply paint and a hood scoop qualified as front-page news.

        The issue I have with the Camaro is that it's not out yet, yet we've been seeing and hearing about it since 2005/2006. It's called buyer fatigue through overexposure and while it happens to every specialty product, it's happening to the Camaro (and Challenger) before they're even released.

        Think about what would have happened had this car would have been if the production version had simply appeared out of the sky one day. People would be a lot more excited about it, for one.
      • 6 Years Ago
      You'd think GM could hire a more professional shaky cam guy to "leak" footage. So far I'm not excited.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Not a pro but just a guy on a bike from a Camaro web site. GM had nothing to do with this other than having two engineers out driving a the car doing their job.

        He staked them out till they drove off and filmed the rest.

        Read the story on CamaroZ28.com.

        Know your fact before you make false statments.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Agreed...I think this is all GM's way of getting free pub. No camo on the mules, plenty of sightings around Detroit, etc.
      • 6 Years Ago
      You just can't beat old school AC/DC, an awesome choice for this type of car. I hope the General uses Back in Black for a camaro commercial.

      That being said, I also want the music of some v8 rumble mixed in. But if its the 4 or 6 cylinder, keep the AC/DC going.
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