On Monday, July 21, at 4 p.m. EDT, Ed Peper, Chevrolet’s General Manager, and Ed Welburn, GM’s Director of Design, will unveil the details of the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro. This unveil will be the first step in answering the many questions (or should we say confirming the many rumors) surrounding the new Camaro.
To watch the unveiling, log onto http://camaro.gmnext.com and click on the "Camaro webcast" link at the top of the page (the Camaro link goes live July 17) to tune in the unveiling. If you cannot watch the webcast live, no worries, an archive of the broadcast will be available on GMNext.com and Chevy.com/Camaro.
The Camaro for 2010 will reportedly return in at least two coupe models-V6 and V8. Convertible versions will come out later in 2009.
The new Camaros will offer at least one, and possibly two, V6 engines and one V8. The V-6 will have the 3.6-liter twincam design. The V8 is expected to use the 6.2-liter base-Corvette engine. A four-cylinder version could also be in the works.Convertibles will have a folding soft top. Industry insiders are expecting the new Chevy pony cars to carry a price tag starting around $22,000 for the V-6 coupe with the V-8 model selling for about $28,000. Convertibles will likely be in the $28,000 to $35,000 range, depending on engine and options.