At the simple touch of a button, whether the Camaro is stationary or on the move, the fabric roof will go down to offer open-air thrill and a sense of adventure. However, try to visualize the Camaro coupe and the Camaro ragtop side by side. Yep, the fabric roof appears to be more low-slung than the tintop, robbing head space for taller drivers. The sun visors also appear to be rather small, but a bigger problem is represented by the back seats of the Camaro.
If purgatory had an automotive equivalent, that would be to fit a tall adult in the back seat of a 2016 Chevy Camaro Convertible. Bad points aside, would you look at that portrait of madness and attitude! If anything, the ragtop is more dramatically styled than the Camaro coupe. The pumped-up rear wheel arches coupled to the windshield rake angle and the tall beltline add to a side profile look that’s nothing short of eye candy.
Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until tomorrow for the high-res photographs and the complete specifications of the Chevrolet Camaro Convertible. The engine lineup will mirror the coupe’s, which starts with a four-banger turbo and a N/A V6 as the mid-range motor. Incidentally, the 24th of June will also see Italian Brand Alfa Romeo launch an all-new rear-wheel drive sedan model internally known as Tipo 952.