2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS
CAMARO EXPRESSES OUR MOMENT By Casey Williams “Design is an expression of the moment we live in, purposefully or subconsciously moving in step with political order, societal disposition, popular culture, and technological improvement,” wrote Sam Grawe, Editor-in-Chief of Dwell Magazine…
2010 Ford Mustang GT
Muscle Car Makeover by Joe LaMuraglia I have to be honest; when I was scheduled to drive a 2010 Ford Mustang GT for five days my expectations were not very high. Sure, the Mustang got a new look with all-new…
2010 Chevrolet Camaro – First Date
Last Tuesday night, we gaped at the ripped-up, muscular silhouette of hot guy in New York’s West Village. Even from outside the windows, it was clear he’d moved beyond the Chelsea muscle boy phase, looking svelte and serious among the sophisticated milieu at Cooper Classics gallery. The view was so great from outside that we couldn’t resist ducking in for a closer inspection…
2009 Dodge Challenger – Preview
New York, New York – I spend Thursday of last week driving the 2009 Dodge Challenger in and around New Jersey and New York. While we can’t post our driving impressions of the Challenger, we can show you photos and give you a quick update.
The Challenger launched in 2008 and was available only in the SRT8 trim level. The 2009 model year brings a broader spectrum of choices to the Challenger nameplate starting with a entry-level 250 HP 6-cylinder SE, a R/T with a 5.7-liter HEMI® V-8 engine that pumps out 376 horsepower and the aforementioned SRT8 with 425 horsepower 6.1 liter HEMI ®. Also new is the available 6-speed manual in the R/T and the SRT8.
2010 Camaro Revealed – Webcast and Photos!
Monday, July 21, 2008 – Detroit, MI – I am in Detroit today as a guest of GM to attend the official unveiling of the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro at 4 PM EST. Many of you may be asking “Why should I care about the Camaro? I don’t have a mullet and my last name doesn’t end in a vowel”. According to Travis Parman, GM’s LGBT media relations manager, “the Camaro – like its expected buyer – has evolved and become more sophisticated over the years”. While it sounds like Travis might be drinking the PR Kool-Aid, our initial viewings of the concept cars support his comments. The 2010 Camaro will certainly appeal to a wider audience than the last iterations of the nameplate.