Callaway has officially introduced the new Chevrolet Camaro SC610 – which, as the moniker implies, will sport under the hood no less than 610 horsepower.
The model has been tailored for “enthusiasts who want race car performance with perfect daily drivability,” the all new Camaro SC610 is being relatively serious about displaying its “superpowers” and the only design modifications on the outside include the Callaway badging and optional nine-spoke “FlowForged” wheels. There are also a few other changes worth mentioning: the new hood with a carbon fiber engine cover, while the interior is nicely equipped with special door sill plates, embroidered floor mats, and Callaway badges.
The most important changes are lurking underneath the body – especially below the bonnet, where the 6.2-liter V8 engine has been gifted a GenThree Supercharger that was first depicted on the Callaway Corvette SC757. The Camaro also brings to the table a cold air intake, an optimized ECU, and a TripleCooled intercooler system which has three different intercoolers. The changes bring a total of 610 horsepower and 610 pound-feet of torque – jumping 155 hp and 155 lb-ft. The model can be had with a six-speed manual or an optional eight-speed automatic transmission. The Callaway Camaro SC610 will be offered in both coupe and convertible form and pricing starts at $54,290 – but more interestingly current owners of the Camaro can refurbish it into a SC610 for $16,995.