2011 Chevy Camaro Convertible to Debut in Neimann Marcus’ “Christmas Book”

Oct 05, 2021 - By Chris Weiss

We get the feeling that those folks that do their annual shopping in the world-famous Neiman Marcus Christmas Book tend to drive something a little more upscale than a Chevy Camaro. However, those very same types of folks tend to value exclusivity and first adoption even more than luxury and exotic materials, so we expect the 2011 Chevy Camaro Convertible to sell out of the book if for no other reason than the 100 models being featured are limited edition and are available for order months before the car’s debut next year.

The car is distinguished by a “Deep Bordeaux” exterior, which changes colors depending upon light conditions, and ghosted rally stripes. Inside, the Neiman Camaro gets leather seats and accents, Deep Bordeaux elements on the dash and door panels, and other distinguishing accents around the cabin.

Outside of the aesthetic treatments, the Neiman convertible will be the same as the standard 2011 Camaro SS Convertible. The limited edition model costs $75,000- 2.5 x the $30K base of the Camaro Convertible. Ordering opens up on October 19. [via Motor Authority and Auto Week]