GM's decision not to sell the new 2010 Chevy Camaro in Europe (at least not in the near future) has opened the 'import' doors to companies like Geiger Cars. The German firm, which is also known for its tuning division, has announced the availability of Detroit's latest pony car to European customers. Though Geiger hasn't disclosed a standard list price, we found three brand new Camaros with zero miles (okay, kilometers) up for sale on its official site.
First up is a yellow-mellow Camaro 2LT with the 304HP 3.6-liter V6 engine matted to an automatic transmission. It is priced at €39,900 (apparently for the German market) or about $56,600 at the current exchange rates. In the U.S., prices for the Camaro 2LT start from $27,375 (MSRP) which comes to around €19,310.
The other two Camaros up for grabs are a red SS with an automatic transmission and a black SS with a manual gearbox. Both of course are equipped with a 6.2-liter V8 engine that delivers 426HP when paired to a manual transmission and 400HP when linked to the 6-speed automatic. Geiger has priced both cars at €50,615 or at about $71,800. If you live in the U.S., a manual Camaro 1SS will cost you a quite more reasonable $31,040 (€21,900) while the slightly better equipped 2SS, $34,225 (€24,150).
Link: Geiger Cars