What did you do in three minutes yesterday morning? Probably made yourself some instant breakfast, brushed your teeth, or even checked up on GM Authority on your smartphone on your way to work. In that same time, General Motors moved about $7,500,000 worth of limited-edition Camaro convertibles through Neiman Marcus.
If you were one of the incredibly lucky quick individuals that nabbed one of the 100 Neiman Marcus Camaro Convertibles, you’ve probably just achieved something your neighbors could never copy. The very limited-edition convertible features a very alluring Deep Bordeaux paint job and a two-toned leather trim level that cannot be found elsewhere. Under the hood and behind those striking headlamps is the familiar, yet powerful 426 hp LS3 V8 that can be found in the standard Camaro SS.
For those of you that didn’t score one of these purple pony cars, don’t fret. The standard Camaro Convertible will make its debut in February (perfect if you live in a state like Michigan) for around $30,000. There’s also the upcoming, 556 hp Z/28 to anticipate as well.