Interior: From Great to God-awful
If there’s one scourge to driving a convertible, it’s how an ugly interior is so obvious from the exterior. With a high beltline the Camaro hides its unmentionables better than many a female starlet. In fact, it looks darn good until you go for a ride, when the massive plastic door panels become difficult to ignore.
The steering wheel can be a frustrating because it prevents clearly seeing the gauge cluster, although a heads-up display solves that issue.
In the plus column, there’s a subwoofer built between the two rear seats that looks cool and thumps Dr. Dre like one of Snoop Dogg’s low lows.
With plenty of interior sins, they’re forgiven thanks to a rear-mirror backup camera and sensors that make parking the unwieldy beast a breeze.