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2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Neiman Marcus Edition


Chevrolet has already started the preparations for the Christmas! The company has unveiled the special edition Camaro Convertible Neiman Marcus that will be showcased in the annual Neiman Marcus "Christmas Book." Chevrolet will build only 100 units, each priced at $75,000. Deliveries will begin in the spring of 2011.

The Neiman Marcu edition is painted in an exclusive Deep Bordeaux exterior color, accented by subtle, "ghosted" rally stripes. It will also get a a color-matched fabric top and windshield frame finished in matte silver. On the interior it will get amber-colored leather seating surfaces offset by black leather side panels and red stitching. Red accents also appear on the center console, steering wheel and shift knob. The Deep Bordeaux color from the exterior is brought inside the car, appearing on the dash and door panels.

Under the hood there will be a 6.2-liter, V-8 engine that develops a total of 426 HP and 420 lbs-ft of torque when equipped with a six-speed manual transmission, or 400 HP and 410 lbs-ft of torque when equipped with a six-speed automatic.

UPDATE 10/20/2010: We just got word that the Chevrolet Camaro Neiman Marcus Edition has sold out. And, not only did it sell out, it did so in three minutes! That’s the kind of response you get when you offer high end exclusivity!

Press release after the jump.

Press release

A special edition of the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible will be showcased in the annual Neiman Marcus “Christmas Book,” the luxury retailer announced today.

Only 100 special edition convertibles will be built, each offering luxury appointments inspired by Neiman Marcus combined with the legendary performance of the Camaro SS. This is the 84th edition of the luxury retailer’s catalog of ultimate holiday gifts. Neiman Marcus debuted the Christmas Book and the special edition Camaro Convertible today at its flagship store in Dallas.

“Neiman Marcus provides a great platform to showcase the new Camaro Convertible,” said Tom Peters, Chevrolet Design director. “And, it enabled us to create a special edition car that combines the powerful design and performance of the new Camaro with an element of exclusivity, craftsmanship and customized luxury.”

The Neiman Marcus Edition is defined by its exclusive Deep Bordeaux exterior color, accented by subtle, “ghosted” rally stripes.

“The tri-coat, metallic paint shifts in response to natural light,” said Peters. “In low light, it appears almost black with a touch of deep violet. In sunlight, a little bit of red and burgundy appear.”

The Deep Bordeaux color is complimented by a color-matched fabric top and windshield frame finished in matte silver, both also exclusive to the Neiman Marcus edition.

The interior of the Neiman Marcus Edition Camaro Convertible features exclusive leather interior appointments, including amber-colored leather seating surfaces offset by black leather side panels and red stitching. Red accents also appear on the center console, steering wheel and shift knob. The Deep Bordeaux color from the exterior is brought inside the car, appearing on the dash and door panels.

The Neiman Marcus Camaro Convertible has a retail price of $75,000, and will be ready for delivery in the spring of 2011. Reservations for one of these limited-edition cars will be accepted beginning at noon, EDT, on October 19, 2010. To place a reservation, customers can call 1.877.662.6276. For more information on the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book, please visit: www.neimanmarcus.com/christmasbook.

All Neiman Marcus Camaro Convertibles will be equipped with a 6.2-liter, V-8 engine, When paired with six-speed manual transmission, the engine delivers 426 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque; with the six-speed automatic, the engine delivers 400 horsepower and 410 pound-feet of torque.

The Neiman Marcus Edition Convertible also has exclusive, 21-inch, polished aluminum wheels, wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero ultra-high performance tires. Other features include Brembo disc brakes, LED halo-ring headlamps, Bluetooth connectivity, rear parking assist, and a 245-watt, Boston Acoustics sound system.



7 comments:

Convertible would be my favorite concept of all. I think thecabrio makes a lot of contribution to change the look and enhance the aggressiveness of the car. Which I thought is correct for I can see those characteristic on the car.

I have an SS and to be honest the trunk is actually pretty big. I can fit a full size piece of luggage through it so I’m not sure what people are complaining about. I mean what are they trying to do carry a 4x8 sheet of plywood? The trunk is surprisingly large too which comes in handy storing all my cleaning crap.

Dale Chihuly is best known for his crazy glass art. The ceiling of the Bellagio lobby for example.

surely a 2 door would have been both better aesthetically and weight wise? also, weird color scheme.

Too rich for my blood. Probably why I’ve never actually seen the inside of a Neiman Marcus Catalogue...

I have an SS and to be honest the trunk is actually pretty big. I can fit a full size piece of luggage through it so I’m not sure what people are complaining about. I mean what are they trying to do carry a 4x8 sheet of plywood? The trunk is surprisingly large too which comes in handy storing all my cleaning crap.

It’s not for sale, not for $75,000 or even $175,000. Sorry. See if Papa John will sell his. I doubt it, he spent a fortune just trying to relocate it...

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