Just like the coupe, Chevy says styling tweaks help make the convertible more aerodynamic; the new model wears a wider, lower grille and a narrower upper one along with a functional hood vent that reduces heat and aerodynamic lift. In back, a more sculptured-looking decklid and spoiler join totally new, more horizontal taillights.
Inside, the car is again equipped with a color head-up display and the MyLink multimedia touch-screen system, which was new for 2013. The powertrain lineup is also the same: 323-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 and 426-hp, 6.2-liter V-8 engines return, as does the 580-hp ZL1 model.
The 2014 Camaro convertible will go on sale soon. In Germany, the car will be pricey — GM announced a price of €44,990, which translates to almost $60,000. In the U.S., the base 1LT convertible will start at $31,950 (including destination), an increase of almost $400 over model-year 2013 prices.