Barrett-Jackson to Auction the first 2010 Chevrolet Camaro

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The first model of the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro will be auctioned at the next Barrett-Jackson event, and almost everybody will want to get their hands on this iconic pony car. At the Scottsdale show that starts on January 11, the manufacturer will probably show a pre-production prototype of the Chevrolet Camaro that is programmed to go in production in mid February.

The price for the model has not been yet communicated, but we think that is going to be an accessible one. American Heart Association will benefit from the auction of the first Chevrolet Camaro and hope to put the auctioned money to good use and help people in need.

Using an auction to introduce the new Chevrolet Camaro seems like a pretty good idea when you consider the fact that the 'big fish' in the so called car-game will be present.

And now, for some tech specs. The 2010 Chevrolet Camaro will be available in three versions, the LS, LT and the SS, will have a capacity of four passenger, front engine and rear-wheel drive. If you haven't discovered by now, yes, it's a coupe, and a damn good looking one we might ad. The model is said to rival the Dodge Challenger, Ford Mustang and Nissan 350Z.

The Camaro will be powered by two engines, a 3.6L V6 that produces around 300 horsepower at 6,400 rpm and available for the LS and LT models and a 6.2L V8 engine that puts out 422 horsepower for the SS version.

Transmissions for the model will come as tow automatic six-speed gearboxes and two manual ones for the sporty SS version. Now that's something for the driver within can have fun and mess with. With 422 horsepower and independent rear suspension, SS Camaros should win more than just stoplight Grands Prix.
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