Recent interview with General Motors executive manager in Germany confirmed that the Detroit automaker will officially export the Camaro to Europe somewhere in 2010. The current plan is to market the two- door under Chevrolet banner as Chevrolet is considered more as budget brand in Europe. Although GM had been mulling on the fence to send Camaro to Europe, but the popular car will spearhead to the other side of Atlantic, although no official timeline has been set up.
Currently in the United States, the Chevrolet Camaro is sold with three different engine options which include 304HP, 3.6 liter V6, 400HP and 426HP of the 6.2 liter V8. There is no clear indication till date which engine version will be going to Europe. The current cost of 2010 Camaro is around €16,400 – €25,215.
According to an industry expert from General Motors, they would double Camaro offering by 2012 based on the future market scenario. One factor that would hold back the current plans is pending Camaro orders from the US market. Current estimates reveal that around 25000 Camaro vehicles have been ordered and less than half have been filled.