• Harry Posted: 11/7/2008 3:36am PST

    Man this 2010 Camaro is fat,pudgy,and Ugly compared the the originals!!!

  • Mike B Posted: 11/7/2008 1:11pm PST

    I think GM did a great job with the Camaro. All the versions here at SEMA give the model a unique look and something for everyone. Lets not forget that this is supposed to pay homage to the original, not be the original. Fat? Pudgy? I don't think so. Better than any other retro out there.......Definitely!

  • Tom O Posted: 11/7/2008 3:44pm PST

    Just returned from the SEMA show and the Camaro is anything but "fat, pudgy, and Ugly". They're beautiful. GM you did an awesome job on these vehicles. Keep it up!

  • Aaron Posted: 11/19/2008 9:04pm PST

    holy hell harry. this is gonna be the badest car out. You're crazy for thinking it's dumb. I got a 99 z28 right now and i'm waiting to own the 2010.

  • Jeff M Posted: 1/28/2009 1:30pm PST

    "NICE!"

    Put the LS7 in the Black one and I'll put my deposit in tomorrow. AWESOME car., but NO WAY should the v6 be in the black concept.

  • Steve Posted: 2/22/2009 2:17pm PST

    "Retro sucks!"

    The front of the 2010 Camaro looks like it was designed for an Amtrak locomotive, complete with a pointy cowcatcher. GM will sell to a fringe of gearheads (old and some younger) and that's pretty much the story. Now if only GM would've designed an original looking, attractive 2010 Camaro the forecast would've been sunnier. Instead they chose to be "inspired" by the '69 Camaro (the least attractive of earlier Camaro's) to clap out the strange looking 2010 version. The 2009 Challenger was another major mistake (it's 40 year old looking retro-styling is pathetic) it will die sooner than the original; the 2010 Camaro will outsell the Challenger but it will NEVER be a sales champ- not by a long shot! The Mustang will live on for a long, long time while the Camaro and Challenger get buried a second time around.