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Old 07-30-2010, 11:49 AM   #1
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New MT Test: V6 Synergy Green Camaro Runs 5.6" 0-60 & 14.2" 1/4 mile!

First Test: 2010 Chevrolet Camaro Synergy Special Edition
http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests/...est/index.html

Yes, It's Very Green
July 28, 2010
By Benson Kong
Photography by Toviah Hirschberg




"Wow. Look at that color. Not that the pride and joy of Chevrolet's lineup not called the Corvette needs support within the enthusiast community, but building rapport with the general public begins with a vehicle's exterior. And if there was ever desire for an ostentatious display of Camaro certitude, you're looking at it. Its name is the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro Synergy Special Edition, and here is its story.

Invoking the spirit of a similarly hued, first-generation Camaro from the late 1960s and drawing upon a 2009 SEMA project known as the Camaro Synergy Concept, the Synergy Special Edition was available specifically for the 1LT trim, meaning it's only paired with the base-level, direct-injected 3.6-liter V-6 with the choice of a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. Power output is 304 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque although, per Chevy's official statement, the engine has been re-certified to make 312 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque for the next model year, in response to Ford's announced ratings for its new V-6.


On top of the cost of a 1LT-spec Camaro, the Synergy Special Edition package adds $2060. The Synergy Green paintjob is the most obvious alteration, and the two grand and change also nets Cyber Gray rally stripes running along the hood and trunk, unique door inserts with LED lighting to give off its own Incredible Hulk shade, distinctive stitching on the seats and steering wheel, a rear wing, and 19-inch painted aluminum wheels. An included Convenience and Connectivity package adds some real, synergistic creature comforts. Amenities such as Bluetooth, steering-wheel-mounted sound system controls, a USB port, and Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist remind vintage Camaro owners they aren't in the 1960s anymore.


Even though the weight is well-distributed at 3796 pounds, this Camaro is a porker for sure, with visual heft amplified by the attractive and broad-shouldered sheetmetal. Despite this perceived limitation, the Chevy still goes from 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds and completes the quarter mile in 14.2 seconds at 99.2 mph, times that are more spritely than what we've experienced with other six-cylinder Camaros. V-8 owners won't be cowering in the corner, but this V-6 certainly isn't a laughingstock in the performance scene.


On the handling front, the Pirelli PZero Nero all-season tires bound to the 19-inch alloys folded quickly under pressure. Around our figure-eight, the Camaro Synergy Special Edition needed 26.6 seconds to loop around the pylons at an average of 0.67 g. Of all the fifth-generation, V-6-powered Camaros we have tested to date, this figure-eight time is tied for last with an even heavier, automatic-equipped Camaro with the RS package and accompanying summer tires. Noticeable differences in lateral acceleration and braking distances are even more telling of the all-season performance. Synergy managed 0.85 g on the skid pad, but four separate Camaro V-6s with grippier tires pulled close to or over 0.90 g. In 60-0-mph braking, our brightly colored tester took a leisurely 123 feet to stop while the others scrubbed all forward motion in less than 110 feet. Such is the tale of the non-dedicated rubber.


Inside, the interior trimmings are as simple as we last explored. The clutch remains easy to engage and the shifter can be clunky at times, particularly in the taller gears. In an age when center stacks and consoles can be outrageously perplexing, however, the Camaro reminds us that, sometimes, locating and pressing just one clearly labeled button can lead to a clear, desired outcome.


Simplicity doesn't free the steering wheel from criticism. Awkwardly styled and designed, it is vexing to grasp naturally at both the customary ten-and-two and nine-and-three positions. We understand the windshield is steeply raked for sporty intentions, but the thin sun visors are essentially useless, mere novelties in the uncluttered cabin. And while all-around visibility is hampered by the low seating position, long nose, and generally obscured view, adjusting and feeling out the dimensions never proved to be exceedingly difficult.


Then there's the sound. The engineers did their homework when it came to extracting pleasurable aural sensations for the driver. Out at the track, with the pedal pinned and exhaust bellowing into an overcast morning, it's obvious the vee-shaped eight-cylinder synonymous with the muscle car does not reside below the bulged, Synergy Green hood. Positioned behind the wheel, we could be none the wiser to the new V-6. It may not deliver the thrust but it spews a note quite reminiscent of a V-8, a nice touch to the reboot of a nameplate steeped in eight-cylinder history.


Should you find this particular Camaro to your liking, we have some bad news. The window for acquisition has already passed, as Chevy had the Synergy package out for purchase only until May. Fans of the color can spring for the Synergy paint option when the 2011 model rolls into town at a price of $325. Until then, owners of this green machine will revel in their personal piece of Camaro history."

2010 Chevrolet Camaro Synergy Special Edition
Base price - $24,730
Price as test - $26,940
Vehicle layout - Front-engine, RWD, 4-pass, 2-door coupe
Engine - 3.6L/304-hp/273 lb-ft DOHC 24-valve V-6
Transmission - 6-speed manual
Curb weight - 3796 lb (51/49%)
Wheelbase - 112.3 in
Length x width x height - 190.4 x 75.5 x 54.2 in
0-60 mph - 5.6 sec
Quarter mile - 14.2 sec @ 99.2 mph
Braking, 60-0 mph -123 ft
Lateral acceleration - 0.85 g (avg)
MT figure eight - 26.6 sec @ 0.67 g (avg)
EPA city/hwy fuel econ - 17/29 mpg
CO2 emissions - 0.93 g/mile

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Old 07-30-2010, 11:58 AM   #2
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Not bad. You should have gotten better on that 1/4 mile though. But nice write up for those green machine fans.
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Old 07-30-2010, 12:03 PM   #3
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Not bad. You should have gotten better on that 1/4 mile though. But nice write up for those green machine fans.
I can hear them already ...

"Everyone knows Synergy Green is faster!
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Old 07-30-2010, 12:12 PM   #4
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"Should you find this particular Camaro to your liking, we have some bad news. The window for acquisition has already passed, as Chevy had the Synergy package out for purchase only until May."

This begs the question of why MT is reviewing this car now? Wouldn't this review be more relevant 6 months ago?
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Old 07-30-2010, 12:15 PM   #5
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I can hear them already ...

"Everyone knows Synergy Green is faster!


Of course, the Synergy Green is good for a few extra ponies....and the green stitching and lighting inside....damn, that's got to be 15-20 extras horses right there.....

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Old 07-30-2010, 12:19 PM   #6
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"Should you find this particular Camaro to your liking, we have some bad news. The window for acquisition has already passed, as Chevy had the Synergy package out for purchase only until May."

This begs the question of why MT is reviewing this car now? Wouldn't this review be more relevant 6 months ago?
The last paragraph of the test says the Synergy Green will be available on 2011 models for $325, so I guess the review still applies.
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Old 07-30-2010, 12:33 PM   #7
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That's the color, not the package.

Isn't it?
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Old 07-30-2010, 02:09 PM   #8
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Old 07-30-2010, 02:58 PM   #9
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So they road tested a color in a package that has no perfomance mods and nothing else and the car was faster than other v6's they tested. This makes other comparisons they do pretty laughable then.
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I'm glad I waited for 312HP 2011 model. The extra 8 horses sure help the 0-60 times.
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Old 07-30-2010, 04:12 PM   #11
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That's the color, not the package.

Isn't it?
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I'm glad I waited for 312HP 2011 model. The extra 8 horses sure help the 0-60 times.
LOL

The Synergy Green Package they tested was a 2010 (with the 304 hp rating).

2010 Chevrolet Camaro Synergy Special Edition
Base price - $24,730
Price as test - $26,940
Vehicle layout - Front-engine, RWD, 4-pass, 2-door coupe
Engine - 3.6L/304-hp/273 lb-ft DOHC 24-valve V-6
Transmission - 6-speed manual
Curb weight - 3796 lb (51/49%)
Wheelbase - 112.3 in
Length x width x height - 190.4 x 75.5 x 54.2 in
0-60 mph - 5.6 sec
Quarter mile - 14.2 sec @ 99.2 mph
Braking, 60-0 mph -123 ft
Lateral acceleration - 0.85 g (avg)
MT figure eight - 26.6 sec @ 0.67 g (avg)
EPA city/hwy fuel econ - 17/29 mpg
CO2 emissions - 0.93 g/mile
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Old 07-30-2010, 04:28 PM   #12
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2010 or 2011 all have 312 ponies they just certified it for 2011 model. they did the cert to have proof on record they have more than 2011 mustang.
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Old 07-30-2010, 04:36 PM   #13
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2010 or 2011 all have 312 ponies they just certified it for 2011 model. they did the cert to have proof on record they have more than 2011 mustang.
Yeah, it was just interesting to note that they got the quicker times with the 2010 model.
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Old 07-30-2010, 04:45 PM   #14
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Yeah, it was just interesting to note that they got the quicker times with the 2010 model.
When did they test the 2011 model?
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Maybe the car had some miles on it, and it was broken in.

Do any of you V6 owners notice better performance once the car has a few thousand miles on it?
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Of course, the Synergy Green is good for a few extra ponies....and the green stitching and lighting inside....damn, that's got to be 15-20 extras horses right there.....

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Maybe the car had some miles on it, and it was broken in.

Do any of you V6 owners notice better performance once the car has a few thousand miles on it?
Mine came to life around 1500 miles.
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When did they test the 2011 model?
I meant it was quicker than the previous 2010 v6 Camaro they tested.
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First Test: 2010 Chevrolet Camaro Synergy Special Edition
http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests/...est/index.html

Yes, It's Very Green
July 28, 2010
By Benson Kong
Photography by Toviah Hirschberg




"Wow. Look at that color. Not that the pride and joy of Chevrolet's lineup not called the Corvette needs support within the enthusiast community, but building rapport with the general public begins with a vehicle's exterior. And if there was ever desire for an ostentatious display of Camaro certitude, you're looking at it. Its name is the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro Synergy Special Edition, and here is its story.

Invoking the spirit of a similarly hued, first-generation Camaro from the late 1960s and drawing upon a 2009 SEMA project known as the Camaro Synergy Concept, the Synergy Special Edition was available specifically for the 1LT trim, meaning it's only paired with the base-level, direct-injected 3.6-liter V-6 with the choice of a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. Power output is 304 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque although, per Chevy's official statement, the engine has been re-certified to make 312 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque for the next model year, in response to Ford's announced ratings for its new V-6.


On top of the cost of a 1LT-spec Camaro, the Synergy Special Edition package adds $2060. The Synergy Green paintjob is the most obvious alteration, and the two grand and change also nets Cyber Gray rally stripes running along the hood and trunk, unique door inserts with LED lighting to give off its own Incredible Hulk shade, distinctive stitching on the seats and steering wheel, a rear wing, and 19-inch painted aluminum wheels. An included Convenience and Connectivity package adds some real, synergistic creature comforts. Amenities such as Bluetooth, steering-wheel-mounted sound system controls, a USB port, and Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist remind vintage Camaro owners they aren't in the 1960s anymore.


Even though the weight is well-distributed at 3796 pounds, this Camaro is a porker for sure, with visual heft amplified by the attractive and broad-shouldered sheetmetal. Despite this perceived limitation, the Chevy still goes from 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds and completes the quarter mile in 14.2 seconds at 99.2 mph, times that are more spritely than what we've experienced with other six-cylinder Camaros. V-8 owners won't be cowering in the corner, but this V-6 certainly isn't a laughingstock in the performance scene.


On the handling front, the Pirelli PZero Nero all-season tires bound to the 19-inch alloys folded quickly under pressure. Around our figure-eight, the Camaro Synergy Special Edition needed 26.6 seconds to loop around the pylons at an average of 0.67 g. Of all the fifth-generation, V-6-powered Camaros we have tested to date, this figure-eight time is tied for last with an even heavier, automatic-equipped Camaro with the RS package and accompanying summer tires. Noticeable differences in lateral acceleration and braking distances are even more telling of the all-season performance. Synergy managed 0.85 g on the skid pad, but four separate Camaro V-6s with grippier tires pulled close to or over 0.90 g. In 60-0-mph braking, our brightly colored tester took a leisurely 123 feet to stop while the others scrubbed all forward motion in less than 110 feet. Such is the tale of the non-dedicated rubber.


Inside, the interior trimmings are as simple as we last explored. The clutch remains easy to engage and the shifter can be clunky at times, particularly in the taller gears. In an age when center stacks and consoles can be outrageously perplexing, however, the Camaro reminds us that, sometimes, locating and pressing just one clearly labeled button can lead to a clear, desired outcome.


Simplicity doesn't free the steering wheel from criticism. Awkwardly styled and designed, it is vexing to grasp naturally at both the customary ten-and-two and nine-and-three positions. We understand the windshield is steeply raked for sporty intentions, but the thin sun visors are essentially useless, mere novelties in the uncluttered cabin. And while all-around visibility is hampered by the low seating position, long nose, and generally obscured view, adjusting and feeling out the dimensions never proved to be exceedingly difficult.


Then there's the sound. The engineers did their homework when it came to extracting pleasurable aural sensations for the driver. Out at the track, with the pedal pinned and exhaust bellowing into an overcast morning, it's obvious the vee-shaped eight-cylinder synonymous with the muscle car does not reside below the bulged, Synergy Green hood. Positioned behind the wheel, we could be none the wiser to the new V-6. It may not deliver the thrust but it spews a note quite reminiscent of a V-8, a nice touch to the reboot of a nameplate steeped in eight-cylinder history.


Should you find this particular Camaro to your liking, we have some bad news. The window for acquisition has already passed, as Chevy had the Synergy package out for purchase only until May. Fans of the color can spring for the Synergy paint option when the 2011 model rolls into town at a price of $325. Until then, owners of this green machine will revel in their personal piece of Camaro history."

2010 Chevrolet Camaro Synergy Special Edition
Base price - $24,730
Price as test - $26,940
Vehicle layout - Front-engine, RWD, 4-pass, 2-door coupe
Engine - 3.6L/304-hp/273 lb-ft DOHC 24-valve V-6
Transmission - 6-speed manual
Curb weight - 3796 lb (51/49%)
Wheelbase - 112.3 in
Length x width x height - 190.4 x 75.5 x 54.2 in
0-60 mph - 5.6 sec
Quarter mile - 14.2 sec @ 99.2 mph
Braking, 60-0 mph -123 ft
Lateral acceleration - 0.85 g (avg)
MT figure eight - 26.6 sec @ 0.67 g (avg)
EPA city/hwy fuel econ - 17/29 mpg
CO2 emissions - 0.93 g/mile
Somebody here take theirs to the strip and see how you do.
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The car mags were claiming 14.2's from the V6's since the Camaro first came out, though it seems most people have seen 14.5-14.8 stock. Maybe that's just the difference in driver skill though.
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The car mags were claiming 14.2's from the V6's since the Camaro first came out, though it seems most people have seen 14.5-14.8 stock. Maybe that's just the difference in driver skill though.
The Synergy Green test is the quickest v6 6 sp Camaro tested thus far.

In previous tests:

C&D got 14.5
R&T got 14.5

MT got 14.3 (now bested by 14.2 w/new test)
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I can explain it. The Synergy green is green because the paint is actually white paint that is mixed with chlorphyll which makes it the green color much like a tree leaf. The paint-chlorphyll mix absorbs sunlight and converts into to extra energy, which is then used to absorb oxygen and nitrogen from the air. The Nitrogen and oxygen come together to form a continous supply of NOS, which is then absorbed by the car. The best example of this is from the upcoming Vin Diesel movie "The Fast and the Eco-Friendly."

^^ This is best understood when smoking local natural flora.
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I can explain it. The Synergy green is green because the paint is actually white paint that is mixed with chlorphyll which makes it the green color much like a tree leaf. The paint-chlorphyll mix absorbs sunlight and converts into to extra energy, which is then used to absorb oxygen and nitrogen from the air. The Nitrogen and oxygen come together to form a continous supply of NOS, which is then absorbed by the car. The best example of this is from the upcoming Vin Diesel movie "The Fast and the Eco-Friendly."

^^ This is best understood when smoking local natural flora.
chlorphyll... MORE LIKE BORAPHYLL!!!
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