The public debut of Chevrolet's reimagined Camaro concept was a
huge occasion and cause for celebration at the 2006 North American
Auto Show in Detroit, where it was an unqualified hit of the event.
While its modern yet retro-styled body design penned by Sangyup Lee
was clearly informed by cues from the first-generation 1967-69
Camaro, the 2006 Camaro concept was all-new in substance and based
on GM's new Zeta vehicle platform. Featuring a longer wheelbase but
shorter overall length than the prior F-Body Camaro/Firebird of
1993-2002, the Camaro concept reached production reality for 2010.
Featuring a 3.6-liter V6 engine mated to an advanced automatic
transmission, this custom 2010 Camaro was formerly owned by Big Boi
from OutKast and tweaked by Classic Customs. Finished in an
unforgettable Cotton Candy Pink paint with light blue hood and
fender accents, it rolls on a set of massive 32-inch floater
wheels. The color scheme extends throughout the interior and trunk
compartments, with distinctive alligator hide upholstery. This
custom Camaro sports multiple TV screens/monitors, including one
set within each of the Camaro's door panels. From the Mile-High
Collection. CARFAX shows damage report on 01/20/2010: Accident
reported involving front or side impact with another motor vehicle,
damage to front, disabling damage reported, airbag deployed.