General Motors has awarded the contract for the Chevrolet Camaro Convertible to Magna International Inc. and they will order 20,000 units per year.

There were less than 50,000 convertibles sold during the year compared to over 200,000 sales figure of four years ago. The 20,000 Camaro convertibles are planned to be produced by Magma Car Top Systems at their Bowling Green Kentucky with materials from Mexico. It’s hard to predict whether the Camaro will have enough momentum the next year to make 20,000 convertibles a possibillity, but we’re guessing a droptop version of the Bowtie pony car may well be the right recipe for keeping the Camaro lineup fresh.



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