No way the Olds will be out in March, it would already have to be on the water from China. Odds are it won't be out in the 2nd Qtr either, which runs through July, given Revell's track record of the last 3 -4 years. And that's not a knock on Revell, it's just hard to get things out on schedule these days all things considered.
I have it listed as the Chevy SS, but a Camaro would probably make more sense given their history of Camaros. I'll have to check when I get back to work Mon to see what it really is. I'll assume it's a Showroom Replica until I hear otherwise. These are unassembled promos that Round2 licenses from the factory. I havent gotten any indication that they're developing a new car kit of their own design yet.
As someone who makes a living working in this business, I'm ecstatic with what Round2 is doing with AMT, MPC, Lindberg and the other lines they now own. If you could see it from my side vs the way they were under RC2/Learning Curve you would see the difference. They're not milking AMT dry, they're saving the brand. Round2 does plenty of new tooling, just not automotive. They'e been clear as to their reasons why - they spent lots of money to buy existing tooling catalogs and new tooling dollars can be better utilized where there is less competition from both other manufacturers and their own catalog (like their sci-fi lines).