• Jun 22nd 2008 at 10:33AM
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Ladies and gentlemen, you are looking at your 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS. It wasn't found on the set of Transformers2, but on location for a Christian Slater television show that'll debut this Fall on NBC. It's a very tastefully done brawn job. The SS badge takes its place in the lower right corner of the grille, with another small badge on the rear bumper. The front spoiler that a number of commenters took issue with on the Bumblebee mod looks to be, if anything, an aftermarket piece. But there's still a nice lip at the bottom -- though we did like the black version -- and another body-colored spoiler out back. There is also an LED-looking third brake light, which we hope makes it to production. Click the link to see the rest of the photos, and anyone want to start guessing what the Z/28 is going to look like? Thanks to all who tipped in!

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      • 7 Years Ago

      Nice car, bad timing. It will get 6 months of excitement, 1 or 2 years of decent sales (4 cyl) and the remaining of it's life with incentives. It will then fall into oblivion.
      The old excitement enthousiasts thing has vanished. What sells now has not much to do with performance or sensations. Unless I miss something here....
      • 7 Years Ago
      Two movies and no car yet!

      GM better redesign this thing, it looks old already
      • 7 Years Ago
      i always thought the lights were to be like those use in the challenger. halogen lights but they dont seem to be.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Thisis how a custom vehicle is done. Its tasteful, yet there are so many noticeable differences. One of the first, and still my favorite, is the originality of where the front hood scoop is. It leaves the nice rise in the hood, looks great and I bet it is functional for extra air. I dont recall seeing anyone ever putting a hood scoop down that low or not even on the hood at all really.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Is that suppose to be a hood scoop? not even on the hood,
      Guess they decided to keep the Chevy Citation dash in it too.
      It will need a refresh after a year.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Ugh....i suppose you hate the one the Z06 and the ZR1 as well?

        Anyway....I love this car. I really like the little chin spoiler and the mirrors. I was curious as to how GM was gonna pull them off and have them still look decent. I mean the ones on the concept were pretty bad ass looking...these aren't as cool but don't look to clunky.

        Anyway...don't knock Push-rods. Its compact, Light and efficient.
        This is a quote from someone at LS1tech.com
        "That sponsor would be me. My engine makes power in the 9000 rpm range, and see 9800 to 9900 rpms evey shift at the drag strip."

        so yea....thats almost 10000 RPM from that 1955 tech....so don't knock it until you have done your research.
        • 7 Years Ago
        will SLP (Suudden Loss of Power) build this (if it sees the light of day) or will it be an 'in-house' program?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Nice...very nice.....would prefer rectangular tailpipe tips to better blend with the tail lights/somewhat angular rear...but still very nice.
        • 7 Years Ago
        The Dodge Challenger is waiting for you.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Yes, we've seen the production car too many times for it not to be in showrooms already, but it's still the best looking of the three 'pony cars' (Mustang, Challenger, Camaro) and will be worth the wait until GM finally decides to market the car. But really, geez GM(!) bring the Camaro to market. It's obviously ready for customer sales, and you'd better take advantage of $4.00/gallon gas prices before they shoot-up to $5.00/gallon and Camaro sales tank(!).
      • 7 Years Ago
      How old this car is already? 2 years? 3 years?

      If we continue waiting will be a classic for a colectors before the launch LOL
        • 7 Years Ago
        So Mr.Ed, you admit to have no knowledge about the LS engines at all.

        LS engines are lightweight, powerful, and surprisingly fuel efficient. I really don't see why there is something wrong with it because it uses pushrods.
        • 7 Years Ago
        It's a mild custom redo of a '69 Camaro, only bigger and heavier. That's 40 years, and it still has phony gill slits on the rear quarter panels, just as the 'stang has phony scoops there as it did 45 years ago. I'm really disappointed in this retro stuff. It's way too big and wasteful, typical of Dee-troit, and the Chevy V8 still has pushrods, from the original design that's 55 years old. I expect better from my fellow engineers and Americans.
      • 7 Years Ago
      First reaction: I like it a lot.
      Second reaction:Still like it.
      Conclusion for the day: Look forward to this to come out as soon as possible. GM needs more "I want" cars in their showrooms.
      • 7 Years Ago
      When I first saw this car I thought it was hideous...the power of hype is so much that I now think it's gorgeous!

      Marketers have a way to make you like anything!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Good for you iQuack, go buy a forgettable car and leave real machines like this to us "motorists".

      I have a car like this now and am happy to fill it once a week to take me to work and back. Soon I'll be in the market for another.

      • 7 Years Ago
      The square reverse lights look stupid, other than that, I think it looks pretty great.
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