The 2011 Camaro Convertible 2LT possesses spicy angles a streamlined figure and a load of thrills all combined to create an invigorating encounter. Many areas of the body come to voluptuous peaks from the front grill to the hexagonal side mirrors adding to the Camaro’s appealing and racy physique. The front of this hot ride is accessorized with a mini-scoop and dual front venting for additional air in-take and adds to its sexy image.
With an MSRP starting at $30,000 dollars, the 2LT convertible includes a fully-automated roof which opens and closes in a matter of seconds by simply pressing a button. Once closed, the top is then secured by the twist of an easy to use but steadfast handle.
Many of the Camaro’s accessories and controls are Corvette inspired such as the curvaceous door panels which merges into the dash. The 2LTs racing inspired steering wheel incorporates numerous controls for many of the interior’s powered functions. Other powered amenities are the fully adjustable front seats which have the style and form-fitting comfort of authentic racing seats. The rear seats offer plenty of horizontal space for passengers to sit back and enjoy the ride. Both back seats feature personal armrests and a built in speaker console in the middle. This strip of speakers is essential in producing additional volume, especially when the top is down. The 2LTs stern, sports further exotic adornments such as a rear spoiler equipped with a shark-finned antennae, soft curves and flashy dual exhaust. The back window is pliable glass equipped with window defroster and de-fogger for hot and heavy cruising.
To ensure the sizzling Camaro keeps a cool engine, tachometers are located by the gearshift and indicate transmission temperature, oil pressure, and engine voltage meter. The 2LT is also packed with both a standard and digital speedometer heads-up display (on the windshield). The display shows mileage, compass, gear (if in manual mode), and sound system options so there is never a need to take one’s eyes off of the road. Cruise control and Bluetooth® can all be adjusted on the high performance steering wheel which boasts extra gripping in all of the right places. Located on the column behind the wheel are the TAPshift® ‘paddles’ which (when engaged) are used to change drivability from automatic to manual on the fly. Using this six-speed manual mode delivers smooth shifting between gears with additional force upon initial acceleration.
To drive in manual mode shift into ‘M’ and use TAPshift® to change gears. Driving the 2LT in manual delivers additional propulsion especially during initial acceleration. The cars hot body style, with convertible turns heads and brings the ‘talk’ while ‘M’ mode brings more performance and plenty of robust action.
The 2LTs-V6 also includes competition mode and Stabilitrak® for everyday fun and function or a little track action. The Camaro Convertible not only holds the road tightly, but its sport suspension ensures a tenderly smooth ride. Although the 2LTs V6 purrs instead of roars it makes for a quieter and more enjoyable ride, especially when the top is down. Regardless of the roof position, the 2LT still turns heads with its fierce body and 312hp Direct Injection System. It’s also incredibly responsive in the city, highways, and back roads while outstripping controlled serpentines and delivering superior handling, and smooth braking.
The Camaro Convertible 2LT is one hot tamale, uninhibited, and undoubtably an unforgettable ride.
*The LT provides additional safety with its ultrasonic rear park-assist, driver information center and a 5 Star rollover rating by NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Association). When in automatic gear the 2LT averages 18 mpg/city and 29mpg/hwy.
*2012s ZL1 will feature a V8 that, “Will allow a minimum of 550hp,” per Chevrolet.com
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