2007 Detroit Auto Show - Chevy Camaro Convertible Concept Debuts - VIDEO ENHANCED


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General Motors President North America Troy Clarke intros the Chevrolet Camaro concept convertible

Detroit Auto Show January 9, 2007; General Motors President North America Troy Clarke shared the stage with the Chevrolet Camaro concept convertible at the Dertroit Auto Show

The Chevrolet Camaro concept was one of the stars of NAIAS 2006. For NAIAS 2007, Chevy unveiled the convertible version of the Camaro concept.

The Camaro convertible concept, wrapped in Hugger Orange pearl tri-coat paint with twin gunmetal gray sport stripes, is based on the original Camaro concept, with only minor changes required to accommodate the convertible body style.


Complete press conference includes introduction of the Malibu and Camaro

Chevrolet already has announced production plans for the Camaro, which will go on sale in 2009. A production convertible model will be added later that year.


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