Europe will get to ride the Chevy Camaro. It seemst the 2010 US Camaro is off to an impressive start in the U.S.. Sold out! is the world despite the general economic downturn. GM has confirmed that the Camaro will be sold in Europe. Sale dates and prices are TBD.
In the U.S., the Camaro comes with a 304-horsepower 3.6 liter V6 or a 400 or 426-horsepower 6.2 liter V8. It hasn’t been determined which of the three will be heading to the Old Country.
GM will offer its fuel-saving Active Fuel Management n the 400-horse V8 version. Some Europeans will like the the Camaro because of its four-wheel independent suspension and stability control, not to mention it’s American handling.
The car starts at $23,040 for the V6 and $35,425 for the V8-powered. That’s about €16,400 and €25,215, respectively. GM hasn’t let on to the oversea’s price as of yet.