Famed GM tuner, Callaway, has been working hard on tuning the all-new 2016 Camaro. Recently, it revealed a few details about it, but the horsepower was not final. Today, however, all of the information is out and with that comes a few extra ponies to play with.
Dubbed the Camaro S610, it is clear that Callaway managed to muscle 610 ponies from the Camaro SS’ 6.2-liter V-8 powerplant—10more horsepower than the original 600 Callaway estimated. Along with those horses come 610 pound-feet of torque for off-the-line get up and go. This amounts to an extra 155 units in both columns relative to the standard engine.
The boost is thanks to a GenThree TV2300 supercharger, a TripleCooled intercooler, and a high-flow cold-air intake system.
This kit also includes some aesthetic goodies to make your Camaro stand out. These include a Callaway carbon-fiber engine cover with SC610 emblems, Callaway badges for the interior and exterior, Callaway door-sill plates, Callaway embroidered floor mats, Callaway key fobs, a certificate of authenticity, and a three-year of 36,000-mile warranty.
Optionally, buyers can add in nine-spoke FlowForged wheels, a car cover, factory delivery, or a five-year or 60,000-mile limited powertrain service contract.
The standard SC610 kit runs $16,995 in addition to the base price of the Camaro SS, which would bring the total to at least $54,290. If you go for some of the optional equipment, the Callaway facility delivery is free of charge, the extended powertrain service contract runs $2,900, and the car cover is an extra $540. The wheels haven’t gotten a price tag just yet.
The SC610 kit is available now at authorized Callaway dealers now.