The first of the convertible Camaro’s are starting to roll into dealerships. At least locally, I’m seeing them ushered in, shortly after having the white tape pulled off the fenders, and then watching them drive off. Lots are already presold, so getting your hands on one may be tricky.
Price wise it looks like on average you’ll be paying about $7,000 more per car than the same coupe equivalent. Often this can be attributed to extra parts in the frame strengthening department, different handling components, and consumer demand. Damn you consumers for loving the sun, wind, and sporty rides.