If so, the muscle car isn't cheap.
Chevrolet may have announced that the convertible variant of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will go on sale early next year, but the automaker is still staying quiet on how much the open-top muscle car will cost. Cars Direct managed to get ahold of the ordering guides for the 2016 Camaro that includes the price of the upcoming convertible model. According to the guides, the least expensive Camaro is the Convertible 1LT, which starts at $33,695 (all prices include $995 destination fee) and comes with the four-cylinder engine.
The Camaro Convertible 2LT starts at $37,795 and also comes with the inline-four motor. The Camaro Convertible 1LT with the V6 engine costs $35,190, while the Camaro Convertible 2LT with the same V6 engine starts at $39,290. The brawny Camaro Convertible 1SS with the beastly V8 engine costs $44,295, while the Camaro Convertible 2SS starts at $49,295 and also comes with the 455-hp V8 engine. The range-topping Camaro Convertible 2SS is as much as the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 and just a few grand off of the Porsche Boxster. Interestingly, the Ford Mustang GT is roughly $5,000 cheaper than the range-topping Camaro Convertible 2SS.