Lingenfelter Performance Engineering of Decatur, IN have long been known as creators of the ultimate modern GM street machines. We fully expected their engineers to be lying in wait for the 2010 Camaro, and they haven't let us down. Lingenfelter has released details for its engine packages, starting with a supercharged version putting out 550 horsepower and topping out with an intercooled, twin-turbo 7.0L LS7 packing 800 horsepower. They have also teased a Camaro body kit with drawings that show off a new front fascia and splitter, grille bar insert, hood with air extractors, rear spoiler, taillight panel, and rear fascia extension that can house quad exhaust tips.
The list of engine modifications is rather impressive, and worth a read by opening up the press release below. It is not just the performance that gets a makeover. Lingenfelter also has their own body kit for the Camaro. This includes a new front splitter, front fascia with rocker extension, and hood with built-in air extractors. At the back you'll notice the rear fascia rebuild, new exhaust, rear lip spoiler, and new tail lamps.
Pricing was not listed for the 2010 Lingenfelter Camaro.
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