Only 25 special edition models will be built of the 582 bhp Camaro SS. The model will debut at the SEMA show in Las Vegas later this month and afterwards will go on sale through a few selected dealerships across the U.S.
Hendrick Motorsports will be debuting its 25th Anniversary Camaro SS at the 2009 SEMA auto show in Las Vegas later this month.
Only 25 of these special edition cars will be built and each will sell for $76,181 (or 51,520 euros). The cars have been commissioned by NASCAR racing team Hendrick Motorsports from Callaway Cars, which will provide the production muscle.
"We're flattered to have been selected by Rick Hendrick to build these special cars," said Reeves Callaway, founder of Callaway Cars."We have the highest respect for his organization and the cars we will build under the Hendrick name will represent the best of our styling, engineering and manufacturing abilities. The whole Callaway organization appreciates the opportunity to showcase Callaway Cars' engineering skills."
The 2010 Hendrick Motorsports 25th Anniversary Camaro SS will come with 582 bhp and do the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 3.9 seconds. The additional horses coming by way of an Eaton TVS supercharger along with some engine management tuning as well as a new air filter and sport exhaust system.
Callaway Cars also provides the anti-roll bars, wheels, shock absorbers, springs and the aerodynamic kit made of carbon fiber which includes a front splitter, rear diffuser and spoiler, and rocker panels.
The limited edition model will be tagged inside and out with 25th Anniversary badges for the silver Camaro SS. The 25 cars will be made available for sale after the SEMA show through Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet of San Diego, California and three Hendrick Chevrolet dealerships in North Carolina, Georgia and Kansas.