Camaro Convertible to be launched in 2010
The new Camaro will debut in 2009 and it will be assembled once again in Canada. This is something we all know. And now General Motors is telling that a convertible version of the car will be launched in 2010.
The mew Camaro will use a different rear-wheel-drive platform that shares its basic architecture and some components with the redesigned Holden Commodore in Australia. The so-called Zeta platform also will underpin some other future U.S. models, including a sport sedan for Chevrolet and a GTO replacement for Pontiac.