More details on production Camaro - good MPG and convertible version possible.
According to trade publication Automotive News, Wagoner said that unlike the Ford Mustang, the 2009 Camaro will have independent rear suspension.
He also said the car might use GM's cylinder deactivation technology to improve fuel economy. Even without that, he said the car will get good milage. "Remember, we produce Corvettes now that get over 400 hp and get 28 miles to the gallon."
Lastly, he hinted a convertible version may also be in the work. The car will come in many shapes and sizes. Wagoner reiterated his belief that GM can sell 100,000 Camaros per year.