It only makes sense that because the all new Chevrolet Camaro was designed primarily in the rear wheel drive loving country of Australia, that it is only fit for the first production looking example of a drop top Camaro be spotted in the outback.

General Motors will offer the convertible pony car in the same three trims as the fixed roof coupe version: LS, LT and SS. The LS and LT models will be offered with Chevrolet’s advanced, 300 HP 3.6 Liter direct-injected V-6 engine with variable valve timing that gets as much as 29 MPG on the highway that can be combined with the owner’s choice of a six speed manual or automatic transmission, while the top of the line SS model will come with a 6.2 Liter LS3 V8 that comes equipped with fuel saving technologies like Active Fuel Management for automatic equipped combinations and a stretched six speed manual transmission.

No matter which power train combination that you choose, an open air Camaro experience is sure to be an unforgettable affair. General Motors has announced that despite the previous setbacks with suppliers, the Chevrolet Camaro Convertible will be ready for the 2011 model year.


Source: Jalopnik

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