Haven't gotten the latest issue of
in the mail yet, but this article from Post-Gazette.com references the current July issue out on newsstands that claims
has already approved a convertible
for production. Umm ... now we all know the Camaro Concept (and the
Concept, as well) will likely go into production, but last we heard the business case was "
still being fleshed out
." Reportedly 100,000 Camaros will need to be sold in order for
to start profiting from the Camaro's return. A convertible model would no doubt help the cause, so we're not surprised it's on the table. Indeed, debuting a Camaro
Concept in the intervening years before the actual coupe goes on sale will keep the car's buzz at a fevered pitch until production starts sometime in 2008 or 2009.
Check out another sketch after the jump, both of which are courtesy of John McBride as seen in Popular Hotrodding.