Earlier this year, there were reports about the Chevrolet Camaro Convertible being canceled due to supplier trouble. After that, we heard reports that GM finally worked out its supplier problems and that the Camaro Convertible was back in the product plans and will arrive in early 2010.
Well, 2010 may be too soon. GM spokesman Terry Rhadigan confirmed today that the Camaro Convertible will go into production in early 2011.
“The convertible was never canceled. It was retimed. It will be the first quarter of 2011 for the start of production,” Rhadigan told Automotive News.
Rhadigan said that GM originally planned to introduce the convertible in early 2010. He confirmed that both V6 and V8 models will feature a fabric top.
– By: Omar Rana