• Jun 13, 2008
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Just like it first did with "official" spy shots of the production Camaro coupe, General Motors has released a pair of small shots showing the production Camaro Convertible in its current state of development. We're told on the GM FastLane Blog that the pics are a reward for the overwhelmingly enthusiastic response to the first set of shots of the Camaro Coupe, which apparently meant a lot to the team of engineers testing the vehicle. While not much is revealed on these preproduction models that we didn't already know, the second shot shows the convertible's profile with the soft-top up, and it appears that the strong lines of the coupe have not been sacrificed by the retractable roof. Feel free to peruse both pics in our gallery below while we wait for larger ones to pop up.


[Source: GM FastLane Blog]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      Looks great big surprise. Has there been any clean interior shots posted, other than the spy shots?
      • 6 Years Ago
      "No, though I am tired of hearing people complaining how tired they are of seeing this car, yet they take the time post a comment. "

      +1
        • 6 Years Ago
        +2

        And yet I'm also tired of the car.

        Maybe its the general complaining that I'm tired of. That stuff has just got to stop.
        Oh crap! now I'm complaining about complainers! This is sooooo tiring.
      cheesehead
      • 6 Years Ago
      This car does not even look like a camaro so it should not be called a camaro. Go back to the 69-74 caramo for a real clean lined car. That is the true camaro that everyone loves.
      • 6 Years Ago
      As with all pre-production cars, they always have features such as large rims and lowered suspensions that NEVER make it into productions and the result is this.....a car that looks HALF as striking as the one we've been looking at for 5 yrs now.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Just order the big rims and get some lowering springs...
      • 6 Years Ago
      Way to go GM, made this look good with the top up or down!
      • 6 Years Ago
      This car looks great, and I'm not even a musclecar guy. Very impressed. Maybe GM isn't dead yet...?
      • 6 Years Ago
      I am tired of seeing this car over and over again for the past 3 years at auto shows, on the Chevy website, in interviews with Chevy execs, in the Transformer movie, in Die cast toys, on coffee mugs, T shirts, etc--- so please consider this "no comment".
        • 6 Years Ago
        Would have been easier to actually not comment. Ive seen the same news repeatedly, I will not buy one (bought a Challenger) but the droptop is well done.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Pontiac Firechicken, where are you? You can't have a Camaro w/o a Firechicken.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Is anybody else tired of this car yet? It's been in the movies, spy photos since forever ago, yet we can't seem to buy one yet. It's dated, and it's not even out yet!
      • 6 Years Ago
      Y'know, normally I'd ask about fuel economy, but since there are plenty of options for fuel economy (hopefully in a truck sometime soon) and I'm doubting over 20 mpg combined anyway I'll say only one thing:

      That looks damn good. The headlights look good, the lines look muscular and bulging (like the car is gonna bust out of its sheetmetal), and the car itself is a lot better looking than some of the recent prototypes.

      Overall, lookswise I'd say Mustang
        • 6 Years Ago
        is slightly less attractive than the Challenger, and the Challenger is slightly less attractive than the Camaro.

        All three look good though.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I find it to be hidious. Infact, practically all convertibles that were not designed as convertibles are generally ass ugly worst ever the 350z I think
      • 6 Years Ago
      is it just me or does like the half of the car behind the door look like the 2000-06 mitsu eclipse?
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