There was no convertible, high-performance model or 4-cyl. version on hand for the all-new ’10 Chevrolet Camaro’s official media rollout this week, but that doesn’t mean they are off the table. The convertible Camaro has been confirmed for production by General Motors Corp., but its debut has been complicated by issues surrounding a key supplier. “The top supplier filed for Chapter 11 (bankruptcy) protection,” says Gene Stefanyshyn, Camaro vehicle line executive. “The convertible is ...
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