On the latest episode of Velocity's Americarna, host Ray Evernham was given a tour of GM's design facilities by Global Vice President of Design, Ed Welburn.
This crunched Bumblebee-yellow Avis-rental Chevy Camaro was supposedly spotted by Jalopnik reader Nicholas outside the Avis at DFW airport. It only had 1,100 miles on the odometer. What a sad, early end to a 300 HP V6-engined muscle car.
As expected, GM's announced to dealers a limited Chevy Camaro Bumblebee Edition will be available to order beginning June 1st. Production will run from June 24th through December. Expected upgrades will be only what meets the eye — rally yellow coloring, black stripes and Transformers badging inside.
Days after we first learned of a battery cable issue that caused the first reported Camaro crap-out, we're now told GM's officially issuing a recall for the problem on the Camaro SS. UPDATE BELOW.
A Planet LSX forum member's posted a report with photos of the new Chevy Camaro with a crack on the front fascia's big upper brow reportedly attributed to a high-speed run. UPDATE BELOW.
Yes, I know we've already reviewed the new Chevy Camaro. I don't care, because after driving one around New York City for an hour last week, I'm comfortable saying I love it. America? Fuck yeah.
...or are you just happy to see us?
The 2010 Chevy Camaro SS officially lapped Germany's Nurburgring in 8:19. How does this stack up to other GM products?
Liquidation of now-bankrupt Camaro parts supplier Cadence could delay 2010 Chevy Camaro production, costing GM millions of dollars and delaying a crucial new model. So GM plans to sue them.