I'm not sure of the procedure for the swap, but I would imagine you'll need a TCM. I called the dealer last week to see if they had a TCM in for the tap shift for my 2006 GT. I'll wait to get a decent price on one as my tap-shift doesn't work 100%. It's been iffy for a few years where I'll start out in first, then move up to second and I'll remain in first. It's quite an annoyance as it was one of the things why I decided to get the GT model. Still, the GT has a lower final drive although when I test drove a standard V6 model there was only ~150rpm difference at 70mph.
The V6 was changed a bit in 2008 I believe and I've been told different things at different dealers as to what TCM is compatible with my 2006 V6. I've been procrastinating as I'd rather not spend $300+ on a TCM that might not even work. Or, I can get a new one, only to have something else go wrong with the car.
When I'm under it next I can attempt to take some photos of what I can see if you want to try to compare it your 2010.
'11 Ram SXT 4x4 quad cab - 5.7L V8; 128,200kms
'09 Malibu 2Lt 3.6L - 140,000kms purchased 1 March 2019
'06 Pontiac G6 GT - 3.5L V6; 162,000kms (rear ended 15 Feb 2019, and given totalled title by insurance)