2010 Camaro Synergy Special Edition priced at $26,790

Article by Christian A., on January 14, 2010

By announcing the pricing and availability for the Camaro Synergy, Chevrolet finally puts to rest any doubt that it will go into production. The green Camaro, which was unveiled at SEMA last November, will arrive this February and will retail for $26,790.

However, the car will have a limited run. Based on the Camaro 1LT, the car features a 3.6l direct injection V6 engine, developing 304hp and 273 lb.-ft. of torque. The unit is mated to either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission and returns up to 29 mpg on the highway.

The car's appearance by itself already sets it apart from all other cars. The body is green and has black racing stripes (also available in white and grey).

In addition, the American manufacturer will also provide a special body kit for the Camaro, including Ground effects kit, 21-inch wheels with a black center finish and polished rim, Cyber Grey Rally hood stripes, high wing rear spoiler and performance air intake. On its body kit, you can see pronounced rocker moldings, a rear diffuser-type styling piece and a front spoiler. 

The Synergy Special Edition gives the Camaro an exterior that is quite something to look at. This particular color scheme is reflected in the interior as well. The door inserts and the instrument panel for example come in Synergy Green.

While the seats are in Jet Black, it is emphasized with Synergy Green stitching. The same stitching can also be seen at the center console, shift knob, and steering wheel. According to Scott Settlemire, the use of astounding colors is part of the reason why the first generation models of the Camaro became an icon.

The modern colors are what will define the Camaro for 2010, Settlemire adds. In addition to Synergy Green, Inferno Orange and Rallye Yellow are also available. Aside from the color scheme, the Special Edition also has other features like the Convenience and Connectivity Package.

Under this package, a USB port is available for those who want to use MP3 players. It also allows phone connectivity through Bluetooth. For models that come with automatic transmission, a remote vehicle start is available as well.

Camaro marketing manager John Fitzpatrick said that the Special Edition is available at under $27,000. In addition to the amazing style and the use of new and modern technologies, the engine is also something that should be considered with its 304 horsepower. This Special Edition package is truly for those who prefer to experience unique performance but at an affordable price, Fitzpatrick concludes.

Press Release

Chevrolet Camaro Synergy Special Edition

Hot and cool exterior colors are a part of Chevy Camaro history. Now the 2010 model is getting its own.

Chevrolet today debuts the Camaro Synergy Special Edition with pricing starting at $26,790. Synergy will be produced in limited quantities from February to May.

"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."

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 Specialty Equipment Manufacturers (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 knob and center console.

"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," Settlemire said.

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.

"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."

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