Green with Envy: 2010 Camaro Synergy Special Edition

At 2009’s SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show in Las Vegas, GM showed off some special edition Camaros, promising to bring the most popular ones to market.  Well, they’ve finally come through on that promise, by building the Synergy Special Edition.  It’s the V6 Camaro, with the Camaro Convenience and Connectivity Package (Bluetooth, USB, iPod connections, plus remote start on automatic-transmission equipped cars), and lots of green, for $26,790. Continue reading for more details and pictures.

The special edition Camaro is painted in Synergy Green, with “Cyber Grey” stripes running the length of the car.  Sterling silver-painted wheels and a standard spoiler complete the exterior modifications.  Inside, green stitching on the jet black cloth seats, shift knob, center console and steering wheel let you know you’ve got something different from regular Camaros.  Green inserts on the door panels and instrument cluster round out the changes on the interior.

While there aren’t any performance modifications done to the Synergy Special Edition Camaro, it’s sure to sell, as GM is only building them in “limited numbers,” whatever that means, and only from February to May of this year.  It’s good to see a special edition sports car that doesn’t cost a ton of money, especially in this economy.  After losing the sales race to the Ford Mustang in 2009, GM could use all the extra sales they can get, especially once the 2011 Mustang hits, with comparable horsepower to the current Camaro.

by John Suit

Source: GM


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