Even though Rick Wagoner said that the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro will be “virtually identical” to the concept that debuted at the 2006 Detroit Auto Show, Bob Lutz is saying that the car will be just a little different.
Speaking on the new Camaro, Lutz confirmed that the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro will not be a true hardtop unlike the concept Camaro and the 1969 Camaro. Lutz said that when the 2010 Camaro reaches production it will have a B-Pillar in order to keep production cost down.
The B-Pillar top will also ensure a lighter and tighter frame as well. The 2008 Challenger will also have a B-pillar instead of a hardtop as shown in its concept version.
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