In light of this recent change, we decided to build our own Camaro. We stuck with the breezy convertible, roughly a $7,000 MSRP hike from the coupe. The Hyper Blue Metallic was the color of choice, matched with the Jet Black cloth interior and 20″ 5-spoke Black aluminum wheels, an $800 option.
To keep things simple, we decided to stick with the base 2.0 liter and the 6-speed manual transmission. That said, we opted for the 6-piston Brembo brake kit, which raised the price another $3,175. The RS package and Technology package chipped in another $2,750. Visit Chevrolet’s website to configure your own 2016 Camaro Convertible, then comment below to let us know what options you’d choose.