Following a preview earlier this year, Callaway has officially unveiled the Chevrolet Camaro SC610.

Designed to appeal to "enthusiasts who want race car performance with perfect daily drivability," the Camaro SC610 features a restrained appearance as the only noticeable exterior changes are Callaway badging and optional nine-spoke "FlowForged" wheels. Additional changes are limited but the car has been equipped with a carbon fiber engine cover and an upgraded interior that includes special door sill plates, embroidered floor mats, and Callaway badges.

Bigger changes occur under the hood as the 6.2-liter V8 engine has been outfitted with a GenThree Supercharger that was originally developed for the Callaway Corvette SC757.  The model also has a cold air intake, an optimized ECU, and a TripleCooled intercooler system which consists of three different intercoolers.  Thanks to these modifications, the engine produces 610 horsepower and 610 pound-feet of torque which is an increase of 155 hp and 155 lb-ft.  It can be paired to either a six-speed manual or an optional eight-speed automatic transmission.

The Callaway Camaro SC610 will be available as a coupe or convertible and pricing starts at $54,290.  Existing owners can also convert their car into a Camaro SC610 for $16,995.

Gallery: 2016 Callaway Camaro SC610 unveiled with 610 hp

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