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[top]MODELS OVERVIEW


[top]2010 LS Coupe (V6)

The 2010 5th Generation LS trim level coupe is powered by the LLT 3.6 L (≈220 cu in) V6 engine producing 304 hp (220 kW) and 273 lb.-ft. of torque.

Model year 2010 standard equipment / options: 1LS standard equipment and options.


[top]2012 1LS Coupe (V6)

1LS Coupe EPA 30 MPG Hwy model with manual transmission. The 2012 5th Generation LS trim level coupe is powered by the LFX 3.6 L (≈220 cu in) V6 engine producing 323 hp (241 kW).

[top]2012 2LS Coupe (V6)

2LS Coupe (1EN37) EPA 30 MPG Hwy model with 6-speed automatic transmission. The 2012 5th Generation LS trim level coupe is powered by the LFX 3.6 L (≈220 cu in) V6 engine producing 323 hp (241 kW).

[top]2010 1LT Coupe (V6)

The 2010 5th Generation LT trim level coupe is powered by the LLT 3.6 L (≈220 cu in) V6 engine producing 304 hp (220 kW) and 273 lb.-ft. of torque.

Model year 2010 standard equipment / options: 1LT standard equipment and options.


[top]2010 2LT Coupe (V6)

The 2010 5th Generation LT trim level coupe is powered by the LLT 3.6 L (≈220 cu in) V6 engine producing 304 hp (220 kW) and 273 lb.-ft. of torque.

Model year 2010 standard equipment / options: 2LT standard equipment and options.


[top]2010 1SS Coupe (V8)

The 2010 5th Generation SS trim level coupe with manual transmission is powered by the LS3 6.2 L (≈376 cu in) V8 engine producing 426 hp (318 kW) @ 5900 RPMs and 420 lb-ft (569 N m) @ 4600 RPMs while the SS with automatic transmission is power by a new L99 6.2 L V8 engine with Active Fuel Management producing 400 hp (300 kW) @ 5900 RPMs and 410 lb-ft (556 N m) @ 4300 RPMs.

Model year 2010 standard equipment / options: 1SS standard equipment and options.


[top]2010 2SS Coupe (V8)

The 2010 5th Generation SS trim level coupe with manual transmission is powered by the LS3 6.2 L (≈376 cu in) V8 engine producing 426 hp (318 kW) @ 5900 RPMs and 420 lb-ft (569 N m) @ 4600 RPMs while the SS with automatic transmission is power by a new L99 6.2 L V8 engine with Active Fuel Management producing 400 hp (300 kW) @ 5900 RPMs and 410 lb-ft (556 N m) @ 4300 RPMs.

[top]2012 45th Anniversary Edition

The 45th Anniversary Special Edition commemorates both Camaro’s lineage and its 21st-century revival. The anniversary package will be offered on Camaro’s top two trim levels (2LT and 2SS) for both coupe and convertible body styles.

The exterior signature of the 45th Anniversary Special Edition is its unique rally stripe, in red and silver, that contrasts the Carbon Flash Metallic paint. The package also includes:
  • Unique 45th Anniversary hood and deck stripes; badges located beneath the front fender emblems
  • New-design 20-inch wheels in dark silver
  • Fog lamp and taillamp bezels finished in dark silver
  • RS-style taillamp lenses
  • Standard rear spoiler and HID headlamps
  • Body-color roof molding
  • Jet Black interior with leather-trimmed seats featuring the 45th Anniversary logo
  • White instrument panel and door trim inserts with the 45th Anniversary logo on the instrument panel
  • Red, white and blue stitching on the seats, steering wheel, shift knob/boot, door armrests and console lid
  • 45th Anniversary logo on the steering wheel and sill plates.

Model year 2010 standard equipment / options: 2SS standard equipment and options.


[top]2011 Camaro Model Changes

  • Production begins June 7, 2010
  • Upgraded HP rating of 312 horsepowers on the V6 model (3.6L SIDI V6 engine) (details in GM press release)
  • Synergy Green color offered on ALL models (not just V6 models, to which it was originally restricted) for a limited time. (details in GM press release)
  • Heads Up Display (HUD) offered as standard equipment on 2LT and 2SS models, with the following functions:
    • Vehicle speed
    • Tachometer
    • Compass
    • Outside air temperature
    • Manual Paddle Shift Gear Indicator (if equipped)
    • OnStar Turn-by-Turn
    • Audio functions
    • Phone information
    • Selected gear
    • Turn signal indicators
    • High-beam indicator signal
    • Vehicle messages
  • Complete RPO code list for 2011 http://eogld.ecomm.gm.com/NASApp/dom...page=&butID=1#

[top]2012 Camaro Model Changes

Powertrain

First and foremost, the 2012 Camaro will get an improved version of the direct-injected 3.6 liter V6 LLT engine. Dubbed LFX and also standard in the Cadillac SRX and Chevy Impala, the powerplant has several advantages compared to the outgoing LLT, including:
  • New cylinder head design with integrated exhaust manifold
  • Improved intake port design and larger intake valves within the cylinder heads
  • Longer-duration intake camshafts
  • Composite intake manifold
  • New fuel pump and isolated fuel rail
  • New, optimized-flow fuel injectors
  • Structural front cover and cylinder block enhancements
  • Stronger and lighter-weight connecting rods
  • Camshaft cap and throttle body design enhancements

The LFX is good for for a whopping 323 horsepower (241 kW) at 6,800 RPM — an increase of 11 ponies (8 kW) compared to the LLT — without so much as a drop in fuel economy. The new engine, however, isn’t only about more power — it’s also 20.5 pounds (9.3 kg) lighter than its predecessor, providing a more balanced driving experience.

Rounding out the powerplant changes are a new fuel pump for the direct injection system that’s quieter as well as a new isolated fuel rail system that reduces fuel system noise. The addition of the LFX puts the Camaro at the top of the pony car power wars in the V6 segment.

FE4 Suspension

With a focus on refined handling, the FE4 package — exclusive to the Camaro SS coupe — provides more effective body control and more precise response in performance driving situations. It includes:
  • Retuned front and rear dampers
  • New solid front (23 mm) and rear (24 mm) stabilizer bars
  • Twenty-inch aluminum wheels and P245/45R20 (front) and P275/40R20 (rear) tires (SS)

“Our objective was to create a more precise sport suspension for the SS coupe, with greater road-holding capability,” said Al Oppenheiser, Camaro chief engineer. ”We applied lessons learned from extensive track testing to better refine the suspension geometry for flatter cornering, a more neutral balance during hard turns, and minimized understeer at the limit.”

With adjusted suspension geometry and reshaped stabilizer bars, the FE4 has its roots in the ongoing development of the king of all Camaros — the ZL1.

Interior

Most likely the subject of most Camaro-related complaints is the the interior of the 2010 and 2011 Camaro. Chevy has rectified this with ergonomic and technology updates, including:
  • Revised instrument panel appearance with new instrument graphics and trim
  • New steering wheel design intended to support performance driving
  • Power lift feature for the front passenger seat
  • Rear Vision Package that consists of a rear view camera inside of the auto-dimming rear view mirror in the existing Rear Park Assist feature

Exterior

Chevy will also make a number of updates to what is most likely the best aspect of the fifth-generation Camaro, including:
  • A new standard rear spoiler
  • Standard tail lamps that were previously part of the optional RS appearance package
  • The addition of a new body-color “sharkfin” antenna for the RS package
  • Crystal Red Tintcoat will replace Red Jewel as exterior color



[top]2013 Camaro Model Changes

Discontinued starting 2013
  • (GAP) Imperial Blue Metallic exterior color
  • (H45) 45th Anniversary Package (including [GAR] Carbon Flash Metallic exterior color)
  • (RQH) 18″ painted aluminum wheels
  • (R3Z) 20″ painted aluminum wheels
  • (R40) 20″ polished aluminum wheels
  • (DRG) Auto-dimming inside rearview mirror with rear camera display
  • (SRJ) Convenience and Connectivity Package (content now standard on 1LT and 1SS
    models)

NEW for 2013
  • New ZL1 Convertible model (1EY67)
  • (1LE) SS Performance Package includes (RSK) 20″ Black-painted wheels, (RKC) 20″ tires, (GW1) 3.91 axle ratio, (FE6) suspension, and Black hood wrap (requires manual transmission)
  • (GXH) Blue Ray Metallic exterior color
  • New wheel design for models equipped with 18” and 20” wheels
    • (SGE) 18″ painted aluminum wheels
    • (R42) 20″ painted aluminum wheels
    • (RUY) 20″ polished aluminum wheels

Powertrain
  • (NPP) Dual mode exhaust available on SS models equipped with manual transmission
  • (NV9) Electric power steering standard on all SS models
  • (MX0) Automatic transmission on 1LT and 1SS models now includes (BTV) remote vehicle starter system
  • New shift knob and automatic Hill Start Assist on all manual transmissions

Interior
  • (UFU) Chevrolet MyLink1 Color Touch radio with 7″ diagonal color touchscreen display includes Bluetooth streaming audio; hands-free smartphone integration; Pandora and Stitcher smartphone compatible; voice activated technology
    • Standard on all LT, SS and ZL1 models
    • (USR) USB port and (KTB) PDIM now standard on 1LT and 1SS models
    • Rear camera on equipped models now projected in touchscreen display
  • (UHQ) Chevrolet MyLink Color Touch radio with 7” diagonal color touchscreen display and all the features of (UFU) plus GPS Navigation option on all LT, SS and ZL1 models
  • (BRH) Mojave leather interior
  • (DBX) Frameless, Auto-dimming inside rearview mirror
  • (B34) Floor mats now standard on LS model
  • (N34) Leather-wrapped steering wheel and (VY7) leather-wrapped shift knob now standard on 1LT models
  • Windshield wiper stalk changes: replace symbols with words “off,” “int,” “lo” and “hi”
  • Complete RPO code list for 2013 http://eogld.ecomm.gm.com/NASApp/dom...ehicleID=12942

[top]TIMELINE / HISTORY / PRODUCTION & SALES STATS

January 9, 2006
The Camaro coupe concept vehicle debuted at the 2006 North American International Auto Show. It was awarded "Best in Show" by Autoweek editors.

August 10, 2006
GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner announced that an all-new version of the Chevrolet Camaro would be built based on the award-winning concept coupe which debuted in January 2006.

January 6, 2007
The Camaro convertible concept vehicle debuted at the 2007 North American International Auto Show. (Photos)

July 21, 2008
GM officially unveiled the production 2010 Camaro coupe online.

September 19, 2008
Camaro unveiled production intent Camaros to the general public at Indybash 2008. (Photos)

October 13, 2008
Dealers begin taking pre-orders for the 2010 Camaro coupe.

March 16, 2009
Start of Production of 2010 Camaro Coupe. Note: the all-new Camaro was originally scheduled to begin production at the end of 2008 and to go on sale in the first quarter of 2009 for the 2009 model year, but General Motors stated in January 2009 that production would be delayed until March 16, 2009 with the Camaro going on sale in the spring of 2009 for the 2010 model year.

April 11, 2009
The very first and second (Production VIN #1 and #2) production 5th generation Camaros are delivered to their owner Rick Hendrick of Hendrick Chevrolet and Hendrick Racing. (Original Blog Entry)

April 17, 2009
The first deliveries of production 2010 Camaros are reported by regular owners. (Original Blog Entry) Three Camaro5.com members take delivery on this historic day.

May 6, 2009
Official nationwide Chevrolet dealership unveiling of the 2010 Camaro.

July 22, 2009
2010 Chevrolet Camaro TRANSFORMERS Special Edition Announced

December 5, 2010
2010 Camaro debuts in Japan

January 14, 2010
2010 Camaro Synergy Special Edition (Synergy Green Camaro) officially announced and debuted.

June 7, 2010
Start of production of Model Year 2011 Camaro.


HISTORICAL PRODUCTION & SALES STATS

March 2009: 2,936 Camaro coupes produced
April 2009: 4,878 Camaro coupes produced
May 2009: 6,901 Camaro coupes produced
June 2009: 9,456 produced / 9,320 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
July 2009: 8,520 produced / 7,113 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
August 2009: 10,682 produced / 8,680 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
September 2009: 9,461 produced / 7,961 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
October 2009: 10,536 produced / 8,082 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
November 2009: 10,630 produced / 6,687 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
December 2009: 8,368 produced / 7,548 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
January 2010: 7,227 produced / 5,371 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
February 2010: 10,010 produced / 6,482 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
March 2010: 8,686 produced / 8,904 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
April 2010: 10,106 produced / 9,150 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
May 2010: 9,987 produced / 8,931 sold
June 2010: 10,719 produced / 7,540 sold (* End of MY2010 production. A total of 129,405 MY2010 Camaros produced in total)
July 2010: 4,974 produced / 7,486 sold
August 2010: 10,252 produced / 6,321 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
September 2010: 3,619 produced / 6,323 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
October 2010: 6,210 produced / 5,013 sold
November 2010: 5,478 produced / 4,164 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger)
December 2010: 7,075 produced / 5,614 sold (outsells Mustang and Challenger) (* Camaro [81,299] Outsells Mustang [73,716] and Challenger [36,791] for 2010)
** FULL 2010 SALES / PRODUCTION CHARTS **

July 2010: 4,522 produced / 7,671 sold (* End of MY2011 production. A total of 106,987 MY2011 Camaros produced in total)


[top]ACCOLADES and AWARDS

[top]COLORS

2010 Camaro Colors:

Aqua Blue Metallic
Black
Carbon Flash Metallic
Cyber Gray
Imperial Blue Metallic
Inferno Orange Metallic
Rally Yellow
Red Jewel Tintcoat
Silver Ice Metallic
Summit White
Synergy Green

Victory Red

[top]PRICING / ORDERING

2010 Camaro Price (MSRP, Invoice, Employee) 2010 Pricing Sheet

2010 Camaro RPO Pricing (MSRP) MSRP Pricing Sheet

2011 Camaro RPO Codes (prices not listed)
http://eogld.ecomm.gm.com/NASApp/dom...page=&butID=1#

2010 Camaro Ordering Workbook - 17pg guide useful for ordering/optioning

Online Camaro builder/pricing calculator which automatically calculate pricing based on model & options selected.

Official Chevy Camaro builder. Virtual builder

Pricing & Ordering Discussions

[top]MANUALS / DOCUMENTATION

[top]TECHNICAL SPECS


[top]BRAKES


2010 LS/LT OEM Brakes:
  • ABS
  • ventilated front and rear rotors
  • single piston front calipers / single piston alloy rear calipers
  • Rotor diameter (front) (in / mm): 12.64 / 321
  • Rotor diameter (rear) (in / mm): 12.4 / 315
  • Rotor thickness (front) (in / mm): 1.18 / 30
  • Rotor thickness (rear) (in / mm): 0.9 / 23

2010 SS OEM Brakes:
  • ABS
  • ventilated front and rear rotors
  • four piston fixed Brembo aluminum front and rear calipers
  • Rotor diameter (front) (in / mm): 14 / 355
  • Rotor diameter (rear) (in / mm): 14.4 / 365 / 315
  • Rotor thickness (front) (in / mm): 1.26 / 32
  • Rotor thickness (rear) (in / mm): 1.1 / 28

[top]DRIVETRAIN

2010 TRANSMISSIONS

[top]ENGINE

2010 ENGINES
  • 2010 LS / LT Engine:
  • 2010 SS Engine:
    • LS3 6.2L V-8 (for manual transmissions) -- LS3 engine specifications
    • Fuel Economy: 16 city/24 highway (13.2 city/8.4 highway L/100km)
    • L99 6.2L V-8 (for auto transmissions) -- L99 engine specifications
    • Fuel Economy: 16 city/25 highway (13.2 city/7.9 highway L/100km)

[top]EXHAUST

"Getting An Earful" -- Article on the tuning process behind the 2010 Camaro factory exhaust note, by Andrew Holmes (Camaro program’s engineering manager).

[top]EXTERIOR/PHYSICAL

Physical Stats

Wheelbase (in/mm):112.3 / 2852
Overall length (in/mm):190.4 / 4836
Overall Width:75.5 / 1918
Overall height:54.2 / 1377
Track (front) (in/mm):63.7 / 1618
Track (rear) (in/mm):64.1 / 1628 (LS, LT)
63.7 / 1618 (SS)
Curb weight (lb/kg):3750 / 1705 - LT automatic
3741 / 1700 - LT manual
3769 / 1713 - LS automatic
3780 / 1718 - LS manual
3913 / 1779 - SS automatic
3860 / 1755 - SS manual
Weight balance:52% front / 48% rear




Physical Stats (compared to Camaro concept car)

2010 CamaroCamaro Concept
Wheelbase (in/mm):112.3 / 2852110.5 in.
Overall length (in/mm):190.4 / 4836186.2 in.
Overall Width:75.5 / 191879.6 in.
Overall height:54.2 / 137753.0 in.
Track (front) (in/mm):63.7 / 1618?
Track (rear) (in/mm):64.1 / 1628 (LS, LT)
63.7 / 1618 (SS)
?
Curb weight (lb/kg):3750 / 1705 - LT automatic
3741 / 1700 - LT manual
3769 / 1713 - LS automatic
3780 / 1718 - LS manual
3913 / 1779 - SS automatic
3860 / 1755 - SS manual
?
Weight balance:52% front / 48% rear?













[top]FORCED INDUCTION

See the AFTERMARKET - ENGINE/FORCED INDUCTION section for information on aftermarket forced induction options.

[top]INTERIOR

Interior / Capacities Stats

Seating capacity:2/2
Headroom (in/mm):front: 37.4 / 950
rear: 35.3 / 897
Legroom (in/mm):front: 42.4 / 1077
rear: 29.9 / 757
Shoulder room (in/mm):front: 56.9 / 1444
rear: 42.5 / 1080
Cargo volume (cu ft / L):11.3 / 320
Fuel tank (gal / L):19 / 71.9
Engine oil capacity (qt / L):7.6 / 7.2 (3.6L engine)
8.9 / 8.5 (6.2L engine)


[top]AUDIO / VIDEO / NAV / BLUETOOTH

2010 Boston Acoustics Audio System Specs
(standard on 2LT and 2SS models, available on 1LT and 1SS models)

  • 245-watt
  • 9 Speaker
  • 6.5-inch woofers in each door
  • 1-inch tweeters in A-pillars
  • 3.5-inch center channel speaker (in the upper instrument panel)
  • 7-channel sub-woofer (on rear shelf)

[top]SUSPENSION

OEM Suspension Photos -- PHOTOS

2010 OEM Suspension Specs

Front:double-ball-joint, multi-link strut; direct-acting stabilizer bar; progressive-rate coil springs; fully adjustable camber, caster and toe
Rear:4.5-link independent; progressive-rate coil springs over shocks; stabilizer bar; fully adjustable camber and toe
Steering type:variable-ratio rack-and-pinion
Steering ratio:16.1:1
Steering wheel turns (lock-to-lock):2.5
Turning radius - curb-to-curb (ft / m):37.7 / 11.5
Weight balance:52% front / 48% rear

Here is a good read on the Camaro SS suspension from Inside Line.

[top]WHEELS / TIRES

2010 OEM Wheels / Tires Specs

LSLTSS/ LT-RSPerformance Parts Wheels
Wheel size / material:18 x 7.5" / steel (photo)18 x 7.5" / aluminum (photo)
19 x 8" / aluminum (photo)
20 x 8" / aluminum (front) (photo)
20 x 9" / aluminum (rear) (photo)
21" / chrome (photo / photo)
21" / painted (photo / photo)
Wheel weight:14.95Kg/32.9lbs each. = 59.8Kg/131.5lbs Total.18 x 7.5": 10.47Kg/23lbs each = 41.88Kg/92.1lbs Total.
19 x 8": 13.09Kg/28.8lbs each = 52.36Kg/115.2lbs Total.
13.79Kg/30.3lbs each = 27.58Kg/60.7lbs (front)
14.55Kg/32lbs each = 29.1Kg/64lbs (rear)
14.31Kg/31.5lbs each = 28.62Kg/63lbs (front)
16.42Kg/36.1lbs each = 32.84Kg/71.5lbs (rear)
TiresP245/55R18 all-seasonP245/55R18 all-season
P245/50ZR19 all-season
P245/45ZR20 summer (front)
P275/40ZR20 summer (rear)
245/40ZR21 summer (front)
275/35ZR21 summer (rear)
Recommended Tire Pressure36 psi (250 pKa)36 psi (250 pKa)36 psi (250 pKa)36 psi (250 pKa)
Tire weight30lbs each30lbs each
34lbs each
32lbs each (front)
36lbs each (rear)
30lbs each (front)
35lbs each (rear)
Offset:+38mm+38mm+35mm (front)
+40mm (rear)
+35mm (front)
+40mm (rear)

18-inch steel heritage wheel

18-inch painted aluminum wheel

19-inch bright aluminum wheel

19-inch painted aluminum

20-inch painted aluminum wheel

20-inch polished aluminum wheel

[top]ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

2010 Camaro Wiring / Electrical System List

Discussions: http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=24704








[top]PARTS SUPPLIERS









[top]AFTERMARKET PARTS

[top]TSBs / RECALLS

[top]CAMARO REVIEWS

Camaro V6 REVIEWS

Autoweek -- Discussion
Cars.com -- Discussion
TheCarConnection.com
Automotive Traveler -- Discussion
Wheels.ca
Canadian Driver
Autoblog.com -- Discussion
Hot Rod -- Discussion
National Post
Winding Road -- Discussion
MSNBC -- Discussion
CNN Money -- Discussion
Autoblog.com -- Discussion
MSN Autos -- Discussion
Chevy High Performance
Nanaimo Daily News


Camaro V8 REVIEWS

Motor Trend -- Discussion
Edmunds Inside Line -- Discussion
Autoline (Autoblog) -- Discussion
Jalopnik -- Discussion
Automobile -- Discussion
National Post -- Discussion
Car and Driver -- Discussion
Autoweek -- Discussion
Road & Track -- Discussion
Cars.com -- Discussion
TheCarConnection.com
Leftlanenews -- Discussion
Automotive Traveler -- Discussion
Wheels.ca
Popular Mechanics -- Discussion
Canadian Driver
Automotive Rhythms
Autoblog.com -- Discussion
Hot Rod -- Discussion
In-house Review by Number 3
National Post
Winding Road -- Discussion
MSNBC -- Discussion
GlobeAuto -- Discussion
CNN Money -- Discussion
Jalopnik 2nd drive -- Discussion
Autoblog Extended Drive
-- Discussion
Los Angeles Times
-- Discussion
Bloomberg
-- Discussion
Kelly Blue Book
-- Discussion
MSN Autos -- Discussion
Detroit News
Myride.com -- Discussion
RACE Magazine -- Discussion
Autoblog -- Discussion
Men's Journal -- Discussion


COMPARISONS TO COMPETITORS

Motor Trend (Camaro vs. Mustang & Challenger) -- Discussion
Edmunds (Camaro vs. Mustang & Challenger) -- Discussion
Popular Mechanics (Camaro vs. Mustang & Challenger) -- Discussion
Edmunds (V6 Camaro vs. Hyundai Genesis) -- Discussion
Edmunds (V6 Camaro vs. Challenger SE)
MSN Autos (Camaro vs. Challenger vs. Mustang) -- Discussion
Motortrend (Camaro V6 vs. Genesis Coupe 3.8) -- Discussion


SPECIALTY

Edmunds: 2009 Indy Pace Car
Edmunds: Hennessey HPE550 Camaro -- Discussion

[top]DIYs (do-it-yourself writeups)

[top]GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE KNOWLEDGE



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