I could work with a 6.2 S/C w/ 600 hp.
Especially with a 5 yr. 100,000 mile warranty.
As far as cost goes for the engine, suspension and other goodies...it's all a matter of cost accounting. These parts have already been developed or are being develped for use in other cars and the more units of production that they can use them on, the quicker the General recoups the cost of development, drives down the cost of production and more competitively prices the car. I think it's brilliant that they are potentially using techonolgies from the Vette, GTO / Holden and Caddie in the new Camaro...use the best balance of parts from each and spread the cost of production. The end result is a new world beast of a Camaro at a competitive price.