The 2011 Chevrolet Camaro is supposed to come up at the showrooms in the first quarter of 2011 in both its V6 and V8 versions. There is however one collector who be the lucky one to receive the car much before the official launch.
The lucky owner would be selected in through the auction that is being held at the Barett-Jackson Auction. Proceeds from the auction would go to the YMCA of Southern Nevada. General Motors has tied up with Greg Heinrich who owns the Fairway Chevrolet in Las Vegas, to give the second 2011 Camaro Convertible car that comes out of their production line for the auction.
General Motors would retain the first car that comes out of the production line for historical purpose.
The bidder who gets to take the car would have the options of deciding the color of the car to be as well as the engine fit and the trim and factory equipment to be installed in the car. Option to take delivery of the car at the GM Heritage Museum in Detroit or at any other place of choice would also be available.
At the auction there would be the concept version of the production model. The production model would be available only in the fall of this year. It is therefore possible to assume that GM would unveil their 2011 Camaro Convertible somewhere in November or maybe at the Los Angeles Auto Show which is scheduled in late November.