2010 Chevy Camaro Convertible Spotted In Australia

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Following hot on the heels of the production 2010 Chevy Camaro coupe reveal, we get a good look at a 2010 Chevy Camaro convertible roaming the streets of Victoria, Australia. The lovely blue beast has us all reconsidering GM's direction on the car as it features the hood intake present on the Camaro concept, but nowhere to be seen on the production model. Is it possible we're looking at a Chevy Camaro SS Convertible?


That top looks pretty smooth to us, sacrificing little in the way of style and interior room. And dare we say it, it may actually have better lines than the hardtop. Also differing in the convertible, we see the wheels are of a different design, though obviously that means nothing on a mule car. In addition to a terrestrial antenna there's also a shark-fin antenna resting in the middle of the trunk lid for satellite and OnStar duties. So, a Camaro Convertible with a possible SS badge on the nose: A pony car convertible not just for teenage girls — what a concept. [WheelsMag via GM Inside News]


Rob Emslie

So are they gonna' sell it in Oz? If so, will they brand it a Chevy Camaro or will it be a Holden Diggery-doo? I don't think I've seen any right-hand drive mules so I would guess it wasn't engineered for that. Also, if that's in Australian, where are all the kangaroos? I heard the place was rife with the bugga's. G'day mate.