Two Years Later, The Camaro Still Gets Clicks

April 8, 2008
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Damn -- has it already been two years of showing you spy shots of the Camaro?

At this rate we're going to break the record of the last Mercedes C-Class and the former champ, the Nissan 350Z. We've been showing you every iteration of Camaro that's come along, and frankly, we're getting bored -- even though this set shows the Camaro on the Nuerburgring wearing some snazzy red shoes and Johnny Cash-black paint.

We're still trying to keep on top of all the Camaro rumors that have sprouted up recently too, but none are passing the smell test so far. We know for sure that the Camaro won't be killed by CAFE rules, and that a convertible is almost a certainty. But what about those wild rumors of four-cylinder turbo versions? Crazy Photoshops of Pontiacked versions with screaming chickens on the hood and dual-nostril grilles? We're surprised no one's come up with a stretch four-seat Buick Velite version and added a station-wagon back and called it an Impala.

And yet we're still another six months or so before journos even start driving the Camaro, which now seems to be wearing 2010 model-year designations in other blogs and in random GM chatter.

Stay patient. We promise we will, too. Meanwhile, enjoy a new set of high-resolution 2010 Chevrolet Camaro photos, and tell us what you're thinking of the revived Camaro in a comment below.

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