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New Orlando Concept & Camaro Convertible Pegged For 2010 NAIAS

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We all know the Chevrolet Camaro Convertible is due to go on sale in the second quarter of 2011, which is still a significant length of time away we’re sure most of you would agree. However, ff you’re already having trouble waiting, Chevrolet will offer some solace by showing the new drop-top in full production trim at next month’s 2010 Detroit Auto Show.

GM officials confirmed the news at a pre-auto show event in Detroit this week, while also revealing that an updated version of last year’s Orlando MPV concept as well as the next-generation Aveo compact will also be on show next month.

The latest Orlando concept will preview a production version scheduled to enter production in the U.S. sometime in 2011.

The Aveo, meanwhile, will be a high-performance variant of the compact car that is designed to show off the potential aftermarket accessories that could be developed for it.

We'll be back shortly with a 2010 Detroit Auto Show preview.

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  1. This looks like a "concept" in the vein of Honda/Acura's concept cars, meaning that aside from the showcased diesel Four and some LED brightwork, WYSIWYG. The cohesive interior, complete with production switchgear from other models, suggests this thing is pretty much ready to roll. Kudos to GM for being the first Detroiter to jump into the compact Euro-MPV market!
     
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  2. GM is going to have to do much better than the current re-badged Daewoo for the Aveo to compete with Ford's Fiesta, not to mention the Fit and Yaris.
     
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  3. Hi Guy's,
    I'm looking forward to seeing the Chevy Orlando. Since the uplander was stopped, Chevy has nothing for families besides SUV's
     
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