Chevy's unveiling of the reworked base Camaro at the this year's New York auto show largely got lost with the return of the Z/28. And rightly so, given the new look likely won't sway muscle car fans from their allegiances. In the same form, Chevy quietly unveiled the Camaro Convertible this week in Frankfurt, presenting the Bowtie's muscle car sans roof. But as it did in New York, all this has done is remind us how cool the Z/28 is.
Not that there's anything wrong with that, of course. While the 2014 Camaro sports visual updates like peering eyes and a more traditional rear, not much else has changed. It still looks like Optimus Prime, depicting a Marmite-like approval rating. Engine options remain the same as 2013, and we don't expect prices to change all that much either. If you're a Chevy fan, you'll probably love the new Camaro. If you're a Ford fan, you'll stay a Ford fan. Regardless, looking at images of a topless Camaro is always worth your time.