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STYLING | 8 out of 10
the rear half just looks too wide
The reverse mohawk in the roof is meant to tie the car to the twin-cockpit silhouette of the Corvette.
Long hood? Check. Short deck? Check. Retro-styled instrument cluster? Check. A center-console gauge pack inspired by the 1969 Camaro? Check.
Its chiseled, angled shape looks even better in person.
evocative, contemporary styling that thankfully misses being totally retro
Car and Driver
While not as retro as the Dodge Challenger, the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro pairs some visual cues from older Camaros (namely the 1969 model) with a thoroughly modern design. Cues from past models include the vestigial vents ahead of the rear wheels and the hooded headlights.
At first look, compared to other coupes, the dash is high and the windshield pillars are wide, while the difference in height is quite dramatic from the very low front air dam to the rear decklid.
Inside, cues from the past (the twin-pod instrument cluster) blend with modern materials and decent build quality. The front buckets are roomy, but because the 2010 Chevy Camaro is a 2+2, space in the rear is snug, especially when the front seats are adjusted for taller occupants. However, compared to the Mustang or other budget-priced coupes, the interior of the Camaro is subdued and perhaps even dull, with a blocky design that doesn't complement the flamboyant exterior.
The 2011 Chevrolet Camaro sure won't appeal to everyone, but its retro-influenced, almost cartoonish exterior will seldom fail to turn heads.