What happens if you are an automotive enthusiast with dreams of chasing the limits of a modern day muscle car on one of the last unrestricted stretches of pavement in the world? The car is the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro , and the road is the Autobahn, only one problem. The car is in the U.S. and the highway is in Germany, delivery could entail an epic road trip retracing the migration patterns of the native Americans back across the Bearing Straight through the twisties of the Himalayas and finished off by a cruise along the Mediterranean coast; but by then you will be too tired to fully enjoy the SS’s 422 HP LS3 on the great German freeway.
Due to GM’s current situation, it doesn’t look like the automaker is too worried about exporting a limited number of high performance models overseas. So the last thing you can do is contact an importer like Geiger Cars, and let them m take car of the whole importation process for you. They will even provide performance modifications like upgraded brake packages as well as more muscular sounding exhaust systems. So if you are planning a bowtie fan’s vacation of a lifetime check out the link to see what they are all about.
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At the moment, Geiger Cars hasn’t disclosed pricing for the German delivered Camaros, but their website lists a yellow-mellow Camaro 2LT powered by a 304HP 3.6 Liter V6 with an automatic transmission. This car is priced at €39,900 ($56,600). Whereas domestic Camaro 2LTs start at around $27,000, approximately €19,000.
Other vehicles we noted wore SS badges and had 400+ HP 6.2 Liter V8s under their hoods. Geiger had priced both cars at €50,615 ($71,800). These guys will cost you about $31,000 (€21,900) at your local dealership. That is quite a premium to pay for a piece of Americana.