While we had our first genuine look at the 2014 Camaro SS back at the New York Auto Show this spring, we hadn't yet gotten a glimpse of the droptop version of the pony car, until now.

Nabbed near Chevy's home turf in beautiful Milford, MI, the '14 Camaro SS Convertible looks ready for prime time as-is. We'll be honest: From the shoulder-line up, this new Camaro looks almost identical to the outgoing car, with no apparent changes to the folding soft top or rakish A-pillars. Below the waist, the convertible shares the revised front hood, nose and revamped rear treatment with the SS coupe.

This particular SS Convertible is wearing a new set of 20-inch five spoke wheels, as well as a beefy quad exhaust setup out back. Sharp-eyed readers will also notice that the Chevy test driver isn't terribly pleased with getting his picture taken. Gentle souls should avert their eyes for images four and five of our gallery...


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      RobbieP
      • 1 Year Ago
      The taillights suck!
        Hesh
        • 1 Year Ago
        @RobbieP
        You sir, deserve more than the one thumbs-up that I can give you. Once again, I feel my blood pressure rising due to "designers interpretations". First the Corvette finally gets a much improved interior only to get a much unimproved rear end design. Now the Camaro is victimized similarly. Please Lord, make it stop. Must. Control. Myself......
      Riley C.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Alrighty, let's walk around to the front. Not too bad, not too bad. Sides, good. Back OH GOD WHY?!
      Smitty_Smithenson
      • 1 Year Ago
      OR, the taillights look like those from a.....wait for it......1969 CAMARO! How DARE they put Camaro tails on a Camaro! Oh noes!!
      FRD
      • 1 Year Ago
      I didn't notice the bird until you guys pointed it out. Why are these spy shots? I thought this car was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show.
      ravenosa
      • 1 Year Ago
      Biggest, boxiest car in the fleet now just got a little bit more outdated looking... A refresh for this thing can't come soon enough...
      bookemd
      • 1 Year Ago
      People can stop saying the corvette rear looks like the Camaro. We know know the Camaro has been styled to look like the Corvette.
      colin911
      • 1 Year Ago
      Those wheels are not new. They look like carry over 2013 wheels.
      Ask
      • 1 Year Ago
      No wonder GM is getting slammed these days. This pictures pretty much sums it up. Good Job Government Motor !!
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      Hazdaz
      • 1 Year Ago
      What the hell did they do with the taillights? The Camaro had some extremely distinctive ones, but these look extremely generic.
      ponycargt
      • 1 Year Ago
      The hand gesture is appropriate for this car, and pretty much sums up GM in its attitude and level of class and refinement.
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        the.fog
        • 1 Year Ago
        @ponycargt
        Widdle baby crying over a hand gesture? Awww....
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      Turbo_S60
      • 1 Year Ago
      Still blah. Yes it was cool when they showed new gen but took so long coming to market it looked dated by the time it hit the streets. More interested in next gen this fat piggy needs to go on a diet.
        Jesus!
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Turbo_S60
        It only looked dated to some enthusiasts. To the rest of the unknowing world it was fresh and exciting. Its still outselling the Mustang I believe.
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