Kiss another four hours of valuable time at the office goodbye: the 2010 Chevy Camaro is now officially available for personal configuration. Usually we’d follow that statement with some subtly insulting remark about Camaro fanboys or Camaros in general, but although we here at RideLust are committed Mustang enthusiasts, we can’t deny that we’ve been completely ensnared by the new Camaro’s charms. As a matter of fact, our infatuation began much earlier than one would assume – the 2010 Camaro had us from “the base model LS will be equipped with a 304-hp V6 engine and a starting price of $22,995.” So, always hungry for a chance to sate our ride lust, we started lurking around the Chevy website after pre-order began in October, scrolling through the primitive .pdf forms and wishing Chevy would put together some kind of vehicle configurator. Today, after 6 agonizing months of waiting, our wishes have finally been granted with the launch of the Chevy Camaro’s new website.
While the new site probably has a plethora of handy research tools, we didn’t really stick around on the home page long enough to find out. We made a beeline directly for the “Build Your Own Tab,” and we can say in all confidence that we’ve nearly exhausted every possible model/accessory combination. We might not be huge fans of GM, but we’re on board with the 2010 Camaro 100%. Specifically, we’re on board with a black 2010 Chevy Camaro LS with 21″ x 8.5″ front, 21″ by 9.5″ rear black aluminum wheels and a ground effects kit, and if you’ll excuse us, we’d also like to investigate the possibility of being on board with a Camaro 2SS equipped with the RS and inferno orange trim package as well.