Chevrolet lifted the lid (get it?) on the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro convertible today after quietly teasing the car last Friday. We knew the convertible variant was on its way, we just didn’t think it would be here this quickly.
Regardless, here we have it in its soft-top guise, ready to let the sun shine in and look good doing so. Speaking of looks, we think it looks pretty damn good. Compared to the big-boned Zeta-based fifth-generation Camaro, the 2016 Camaro convertible looks even more tactile minus its roof. And it’s hard to make a convertible look as good as its coupe brethren.
This is made possible from careful design and engineering. A hard tonneau lays in place when the top is down, preserving the 2016 Camaro convertible’s shape. And when the top is up, designers took careful consideration to ensure the soft top mimicked the coupe’s roofline. We think they’ve succeeded.
If you couldn’t tell, we’re a fan of how it looks. Though, we can’t wait to see it wear a brighter color. What do you say? It the 2016 Camaro convertible a looker? Or, have the design team made a mistake? Let us know in the poll, and sound off down below.