Great design, passion and collaboration yield results of high standards, the 2010 Chevy Camaro is an American/Australian result of such pursuits. I like cars a lot, specifically car design and function. I am writing about this car because I just saw one parked outside my crib and it stopped me in my tracks. I had seen press photos and liked it but nothing more than that. In person though its really nice, feels different than its cousins, this one is grown up and staunch, it has muscle written on it but not all over it, its in the middle of muscle and sports car. The design lines are clean, they make sense to the eye, its overall stance was great not too low and grounded and not long and aggressive like the Vette. I had to walk around it twice to be sure I was liking it as much as I did. It was a simple car too, I think the one I saw was base price model which is not bad at all, I imagine the SS version and custom ones will push the design even further.

Its also interesting to note how it got its performance from an engineering from Holden in Australia. This kind of global development is whats amazing about how this car was developed, though not uncommon in the industry, the remaking of a classic icon abroad was once an unthinkable suggestion.

Peep the Video of the process here- http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid14508179001?bclid=14872429001&bctid=28195908001

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