2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Road Test and Review
The Camaro Loses Its Tops, Not Its Fun
2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Review: Introduction
When it comes to having fun in the sun, just remember the three Cs: Chevrolet Camaro Convertible. Even without a convertible version, the Chevrolet Camaro has been very popular since its introduction in 2009, but the 2011 model brings with it an all-new convertible body style that is heating up the classic Camaro versus Mustang rivalry even further. Except for the second-generation model, the Chevy Camaro has always been available with a convertible body style, and fans of open-air driving only had to wait a year to get this option on the latest Camaro. Instead of just chopping the top off the new Camaro, Chevrolet actually designed its latest muscle car to be a convertible from the beginning which allowed for improved ride quality and interior refinement. Above all else, we were more interested in finding out how far the base-engine Camaro V-6 Convertible has come in a muscle car’s most telling attribute: performance.