It’s a great new edition but it’s not a new muscle car, it’s actually a completely different edition. The new Chevrolet Camaro is definitely not what you’d call your next car.
The latest offering from Chevrolet to come in the form of the Camaro, flexes it’s muscle in a totally different direction.
The latest Camaro is offering you something that appeals more to those of you who have a Camaro on your desktop as opposed to your driveway. Or maybe both of them appeal to you now.
Basically it’s a 20-inch-long Camaro model turned into a personal computer which features a hood ornament that serves as the power switch, a set working headlights and taillights indicate when you’re seriously moving bytes around. As an added necessity there’s a DVD slot that uses the front bumper as a holder.
If you’re interested in what’s under the “hood” you should know that you get a dual-core Atom chip teamed up with 8 GB of RAM and a 500 GB hard drive. As far as “the interior” is concerned you should know that you’ll be getting Windows 7 Home Premium.
The price for this “new edition Chevrolet Camaro” is $1,239.99 and you can have your choice from 8 available colors. Unfortunately you will have to save up a bit more than that if you’ll want a monitor, a keyboard, a mouse or just about any other accessories.