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Good afternoon, Camaro Comrades and Firebird Friends!
We wanted you -- our enthusiasts -- to see this first..........
We're showing the Production "Camaro Synergy Special Edition" at NAIAS and it will appear at select shows later this winter and early spring.
From Scott: "...I can assure you that the pictures do not quite do the color justice -- in my opinion, this color is stunning! -- the color accents all of the body lines of the Camaro....and I believe this will be a defining color on the 5th gen when we look back 20 years from now......"
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Al, Cheryl, John, and Scott
DETROIT, Jan 14 – Today, Chevrolet debuted the 2010 Camaro Synergy Special Edition. The special edition will be produced in limited quantities from February to May, with pricing starting at $26,790.
“The Synergy Special Edition package is designed for customers who want a unique performance car at an attainable price,” says Camaro marketing manager, John Fitzpatrick. “For under $27,000, Camaro Synergy Special Edition offers standout styling, modern technologies like Bluetooth, and 304 horsepower under the hood.”
The 2010 Camaro Synergy Special Edition is based on a Camaro 1LT, with a 3.6L direct injection V-6, paired with either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. The powertrain has become a benchmark for the segment by offering a combination of performance and efficiency: The V-6 delivers 304 horsepower and 273 lb.-ft. of torque, and returns up to 29 mpg on the highway.
The Synergy Green exterior color was first previewed at the 2009 SEMA show. In production form, the Synergy Green is accented by Cyber Grey Rally Stripes running the length of the Camaro hood and rear deck. Other exterior features include a standard rear spoiler, and standard 19 inch, Sterling Silver painted wheels wrapped with P245/50R19 tires.
The color scheme is mirrored on the interior, with Synergy Green instrument panel and door inserts. Synergy Green stitching also accents the Jet Black cloth seats, steering wheel, shift **** and center console. The Special Edition also includes the Camaro Convenience and Connectivity Package, with Bluetooth phone connectivity, USB port for MP3 players, and remote vehicle start for models equipped with an automatic transmission.
“Synergy Green continues a long tradition of dramatic Camaro colors,” says Camaro historian Scott Settlemire. “Some of the most sought-after Camaros are first generation cars – those from 1967 to 1969 – in Hugger Orange, Daytona Yellow, and Rallye Green. Just as those colors helped make the first generation Camaro an icon, modern colors like Inferno Orange, Rallye Yellow Transformers Edition and Synergy Green will define the 2010 Camaro.”
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why is it only available in a v6? personally, i dont like the green inside.hopefully they do this interior color for ALL of the colors of the camaro. i would love black door panels with working ambient lighting. the color looks great outside though. this probably doesnt have ambient lighting right? since its on a 1lt package. so you dont have to worry about blue lights on the green pannels.
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...and definitely a better representation of the actual color.
Thank you. To Scott: One thing I have always had a problem with is when you release the color of the cars, they never really look like the color itself. When the color pallet was released for the new Camaro, it didn't really show off how great the colors looked. This new release does the same dis-service. Whoever does those for GM needs to go for a more photo-real look.
I remember when people started to take pictures with their camera phones of the IOM it never came out right, which is understandable. But when the color pallet showed these colors, it wasn't much better. To do a little shameless bragging, I'm pretty sure I was the first enthusiast to photograph the Camaro right. hehehe