Experience the 2016 Chevy Camaro Convertible with “Open Sky” Video
It will be a while before you’re able to actually drive the 2016 Chevy Camaro convertible. General Motors feels your pain, so the American automaker has released a new 360-degree “Open Sky” video on YouTube, which gives impatient Camaro enthusiasts a rather low-tech “virtual reality” look at what it will be like to drive the new droptop.
Go ahead and put the top down and take it for a spin, using the cursor in the upper left-hand corner to maneuver around:
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This isn’t the most accurate recreation of what driving a Camaro convertible will be like—with 360 degrees to play with, there are some spin moves you can make here that probably only The Exorcist’s Linda Blair is capable of performing.
As revealed in a previous teaser video, the convertible will feature a fully automated folding roof that retracts while in motion at the push of a button. For a more stationary look at that droptop in action (while the Camaro’s in motion), check out this companion video:
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The song featured in both of these videos is the rather aptly-titled “Where the Rubber Meets the Road” by Danny and the Darleans, a rock band that, like Chevrolet, is based in Detroit, Michigan.