Although the Camaro has been floating around in GM’s future product lineup for what seems like an eternity, these new pictures showing a fresh batch of 2010 Camaros clearly indicates the wait is almost over.

Although the Camaro has been floating around in GM's future product lineup for what seems like an eternity, these new pictures showing a fresh batch of 2010 Camaros clearly indicates that the wait is almost over.

The pictures were taken near GM's Oshawa, Ontario plant and they put to rest suggestions that Chevrolet has been forced to delay production of the new model until March 16th. Originally scheduled to go on sale in spring, the start in production could mean that the first Camaro deliveries might occur as soon as the first quarter of this year or shortly thereafter.

The base Camaro starts at $22,995 (USD) and comes equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces 300 horsepower (224 kW) and 273 lb-ft (370 Nm) of torque which allows it to return 27 mpg highway. The top of the line Camaro SS with a manual transmission features a 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine that cranks out 422 horsepower (315 kW) and 408 lb.-ft. of torque (553 Nm).

 

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