General Motors Co. will release a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro convertible next year that will be built in the Capital City.  A retail price hasn't been made public yet.

The Camaro convertible top will have the capability of opening or closing at speeds up to 30 miles per hour and be accessible remotely with a key fob.

General Motors' Camaro Six convertible, along with the regular sixth generation coupe, will be built at Lansing's Grand River Assembly plant.  Production of the regular coupe is expected to begin this fall.

The convertible is expected to be in dealerships in early 2016, and the regular coupe should be available later this year.  The Camaro SIx and the standard coupe will be the first Camaro models built in the U.S. since 1998.

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