When the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible launched earlier this year, it was perhaps inevitable that the tuner market would follow with its own take on the car.
Well-known tuner Hennessey has done just that, with its HPE600 Camaro Convertible.
Using an Eaton TVS2300 Roots-type supercharger, cold-air induction, high-flow fuel injectors, stainless steel long-tube exhaust headers, high-flow catalytic converters, and unique ECU calibration, the HPE600 puts out 602 horsepower.
The car costs around $16,000 more than the standard Camaro Convertible, and also included in the package are accessories like a dash plaque and embroidered headrests and floormats. There are optional upgrades available for the wheels, tires, and suspension. A CarbonAero carbon-fiber front splitter is also available, along with side sills.
We've included video of the HPE600 in action below.