The latest 2010 Chevrolet Camaro comes fully loaded with an enormous lineup of accessories offered from ambient lighting to audio systems to gauge packs and body kits. GM released on its website the original equipment display aimed at generating enthusiasm for the opening of the all-new muscle car.
Available across the Camaro range, including LS, LT and SS Coupe versions, are stripe kits, rear air spoilers, grill inserts and side and rear ground effects packages. There are interior upgrades for the Camaro which include new lighting and gauge kits with additional special trim kits that bring in more colored highlights.
Standard accessories are also available such as shift knobs, class-A floor mats and cargo management.
Available price tags for each item includes the quite affordable, like the $53.67 cargo area net, to the dubious $171.81 fuel filler door, to the more expensive $2,212.27 for the full ground effects package.
There has been no word concerning availability though, with GM's website only posting a 'coming soon' notice for each of these items.
The Barrett-Jackson auction sold the first retail Camaro for $350,000, although the full-scale offering of Camaros to the public is not set to take place until next week.
Delays were experienced for a month caused by supplier bankruptcy, but GM has assured enthusiasts that the car will make it to delivery and that the carmaker will make as many unit as it possibly can.
There are currently 10,000 pre-orders for the Camaro and these would be enough to fill in the yield for the next several months.