• Camaro Convertible and new Aveo to debut in Detroit

In a recent press conference held in Detroit, the great American automaker General Motors announced their lineup for the 2010 North American International Auto Show. The stage will be set for the unveiling of the all new Chevrolet Aveo, the drop top Camaro Convertible muscle car as well as the Chevy Orlando small van. The new Aveo will be nothing more than a modified version of the hatchback Aveo with a few go fast parts bolted on to demonstrate what tuners will be able to do with the new entry level subcompact economy car. As expected, the production version of the Camaro Convertible will stay true to the concept and the Orlando concept will feature a fully finished exterior that promises to be production ready.


Source: kickingtires

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  (858) posted on 03.15.2010

Is the camaro convertible concept the foundation of idea in the animated movie Cars?

  (612) posted on 01.7.2010

Well looks interesting for a muscle car that turns to be a convertible car. They’ll need this kind of change coz’ the production of Mustang this year upsets them for a difference of 5005 units. Of course no doubt that Mustang have great sales on the market being one of the fab cars in America.

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