The wait is over. After a seven-year hiatus, the new Chevrolet Camaro is now back in dealer showrooms. Combining great looks, performance and advanced technology, the 2010 Camaro honors its heritage while delivering on customer expectations of a sports coupe for the 21st century.
With the six-speed automatic, the Camaro SS can hit 60 mph in a scant 4.6 seconds, with the quarter-mile arriving in 13.1 at 109 mph. At 4.8 seconds, the Camaro with the six-speed manual takes 0.2 second longer to hit 60 but overtakes the automatic by the quarter-mile mark, clocking 13 seconds flat at 111 mph.
The cockpit offers a similar marriage of homage and progress. If you're familiar with the Camaros of yore, you'll know right away what you're sitting in. The basic lines and shapes say 'It's '69 all over again,' including the quad gauge pack (standard on 2LT and 2SS models) at the front of the center console (a brilliant addition, design team). Yet of course modernity abounds as well. (combined sources)Luxury Collectibles carefully recreates this automotive masterpiece in hand-built 43rd scale cold-cast resin. With photo-etched details and CAD file precision, our model is a perfect miniature of one of the world's most iconic and commanding muscle cars. In both Coupe and Convertible versions, Luxury Collectibles 2011 Camaro SS models are a 'Must-Have' for any serious collector. These are very limited editions, so order yours today!