• Jan 4, 2007
click on above image to check out a high-resolution gallery with 24 pics

We'll save you the story on how this particular embargo was broken, but we have confirmation from GM that they won't hold it against us if we post this information and the accompanying high-resolution gallery, especially considering the car is already on the cover of this month's issue of Winding Road (albeit badly photoshopped into a strange pinkish hue) and Automotive News just let 'er rip, as well.

That said, the Camaro Convertible Concept you see here will officially be unveiled Saturday night at a star-studded occassion called the GM Style Event where the automaker's product will share a runway with A-, B- and C-list celebs. The Camaro drop-top will be wearing this lovely Hugger Orange pearl tri-coat paint job to the show and sport a pair of dark gray racing stripes as striking accessories. No doubt when the convertible arrives in dealerships shortly after the debut of the coupe there will be more colors available in its closet.

GM says the car will have a V8, four-wheel disc brakes, a proper standard trannsmission, and a four-wheel independant suspension. Those wheels appear to be well over the 20-inch diameter mark, so you can likely expect smaller rims when the car goes on sale officially in a couple of years. Nearly everything else is identical to the coupe version of the concept including the interior, and GM unfortunately didn't release any pics with the top so we can't judge the new silhouette, but you can check out our full gallery of 24 high-resolution images by clicking here and tell us what you think in the comments.



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      YugosRock!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Humm,,,
      Chevrolet invents the Mustang...
      Nice.....

      >:^{~
      • 8 Years Ago
      The "radioactive" A/C symbol is a nice touch.
      Jim
      • 8 Years Ago
      The Camaro concept car is awsome,My only change would be to make the interior a solid color the two toned color scheme is too plastic looking
      but over all it's ONE SWEET RIDE
      • 8 Years Ago
      What a rip-off!!put this next to the Dodge Challenger and see if you can tell the difference. Christ they even used the same color!!
      John Myer
      • 8 Years Ago
      Great! G.M.
      What about the FIREBIRD?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Love it. Love the 4 pack, too. Looks great, but, I agree the production version will most likely be a let down. I still want one, though.

      Now, put the high beam switch back on the floor where it belongs.
      • 8 Years Ago
      APk,
      you must no nothing of classic camaros, as the gauges on the floor are known as the four pack, and are direct cues from a '69 camaro, the main influence for this car...they should stay
      • 8 Years Ago
      You gotta love the redneck jokes all the Japanese loving idiots always say…what you guys pissed because nothing that has been produce from Japan gets people excited? The Camaro is bad ass and the Camaro is a go people so there is no I hope it comes out………
      gilbert aguilar
      • 8 Years Ago
      I'll take the red and black camero for my daddy.
      Hugh Mcguire
      • 8 Years Ago
      If you're going to build a Camaro,Build a Camaro!The car isn't too aweful but I think that it needs a few changes.That aweful grille has got to go!Reminds me of looking in the face of the robot maximillion in the Disney movie Black hole.I think it would have looked better if the front closer resembled a 68 or something different than what we've seen.The insert to me just doesn't look right.The tail end I just don't know whats up with that either.Retro stuff isnt too bad in my opinion,it can work,after all the best way to me is to identify it through its history.The thing that killed the Camaro in my opinion is that it got away from the things that made it unique.The changing times didn't help either.I'm not saying that bringing the Camaro is a bad thing by any means.I hope it doesn't end up as a part 2 movie kind of thing.In short....Build a Camaro!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Shhaaaaaa-wiiiiing!

      I will absolutely buy one if GM doesn't f' up the production version. Give me black with silver stripes, please....
      • 8 Years Ago
      And here are more real life pics of the convertible

      http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?p=4296#post4296

      Very nice.
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