Chevrolet has just begun the sales of a new special edition of the Camaro. The 2010 Chevy Camaro Synergy Special Edition is mostly about the car’s color. The Synergy Green paintjob is offset by Cyber Grey racing stripes on the hood and deck lid, but not the roof. The green tone is also used on the door inserts and instrument panel, and is the chosen color for the stitching on the black cloth seats, steering wheel, shift knob, and console. As Synergy is a special edition, it’will be produced in limited quantities from February to May.
Based on the Camaro 1LT, the limited model uses a 3.6-liter direct-injection V6 providing 304 horsepower and up to 273 ft-lb of torque. The engine is mated to either a six-speed manual or automatic gearbox. Also included standard is the Convenience and Connectivity Package, which includes Bluetooth capabilities, a USB port, and remote start for cars with the automatic transmission.
“Synergy Green continues a long tradition of dramatic Camaro colors,” says Camaro historian Scott Settlemire. “Some of the most sought-after Camaros are first generation cars – those from 1967 to 1969 – in Hugger Orange, Daytona Yellow, and Rallye Green.” In production form, the Synergy Green is accented by Cyber Grey Rally Stripes running the length of the Camaro hood and rear deck. Other exterior features include a standard rear spoiler, and standard 19 inch, Sterling Silver painted wheels wrapped with P245/50R19 tires. The Camaro Synergy Special Edition with pricing starting at $26,790.
“The Synergy Special Edition package is designed for customers who want a unique performance car at an attainable price,” says Camaro marketing manager John Fitzpatrick. “For under $27,000, Camaro Synergy Special Edition offers standout styling, modern technologies like Bluetooth, and 304 horsepower under the hood.”