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.

Source: Insideline

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