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Chevrolet drops the top on the sixth-gen Camaro

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Photo: Chevrolet 

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Following its hard-top sibling's reveal, Chevrolet announce the convertible version of the sixth-generation Camaro. The sharp new lines translate perfectly to the new car's drop-top form and features an electronically-powered hard tonneau roof that opens or closes at up to 30 mph an can be operated remotely via the car's key fob. 

The roof features an electro-hydraulic system with multi-layer construction that features sound and weather-shielding protection. The car is also lighter than the outgoing Camaro convertible with about 200 lbs of weight savings over the fifth generation model.

No word yet on which engine options will be available, but with everything from a 3.6L V-6 to a 455-hp 6.2L V8, we imagine there will be plenty of great and powerful options to choose from. 

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