How does one resolve the visibility afflictions of the current Chevy Camaro’s design? Retract the roof, obviously. But while visibility isn’t a strength of the Camaro, it also isn’t the point. Still, it didn’t stop the brand from launching the first-ever Camaro ZL1 convertible, which as been officially priced at $60,445.
That price is within $15 of a Corvette Grand Sport. But the amount of performance and technology found in the ZL1 — gen. III magnetic ride control, 580 horsepower, etc. — still makes the ZL1 seem like the bargain of the decade. We’re just left curious on how well it dances topless.