During a pre-auto show event yesterday in Detroit, GM gave the press a sneak peek of what they can expect at next month’s 2010 Detroit Auto Show. On hand will be the new Chevy Aveo, which will be more of a concept version rather than the final production model that will hit dealerships later next year.
Now, we’re more concerned with another Chevy that will debut in Detroit – the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible. The model will be very similar to the concept car, as was the case with the coupe. The model to debut in Detroit next month will be a complete pre-production unit.
Production of the Camaro Convertible will begin at GM’s Oshawa assembly plant in Q1 2011.
Also joining the Aveo and the Camaro Convertible will be a newer version of the Chevrolet Orlando Concept. The model will feature a more production-like exterior; however, the interior will remain unfinished so you can expect blacked out windows on the concept.
– By: Kap Shah