2011 Neiman Marcus Edition Camaro Convertible.

Here's the highlights

  • Neiman Marcus Exclusive The top-of-the-line 2SS Camaro edition of just 100 Camaro convertibles

  • 6.2-liter V8 engine and the purchaser's choice of a 426-horsepower six-speed manual or 400-horsepower six-speed automatic transmission.

  • Brembo® high-performance disc brakes

  • Pirelli P-ZeroTM ultrahigh performance tires that ride on 21-inch five-spoke wheels with Brilliant Red detailing.

  • The StabiliTrak electronic stability control system and 4.5-link independent rear suspension

  • Glowing LED Halo-Ring Headlamps add a distinctive look.

  • Bluetooth® wireless phone and USB interface.

  • Award-winning OnStar® with turn-by-turn navigation and safety features provides one-touch directions and a wealth of information.

  • Access to 170-channel XM satellite radio

  • Boston Acoustics premium seven-speaker, 245-watt sound system.

  • Front- and side-impact airbags

  • Rear parking assist with ultrasonic sensors.

  • The NM Edition Camaro convertibles feature an exclusive tri-coat exterior paint in Deep Bordeaux with ghosted stripes. The Bordeaux hued convertible top is highlighted with a silver painted windshield surround. Inside, the richly appointed interior in Amber leather has Brilliant Red accents on the center console, steering wheel, and shift knob.
MSRP: $75,000

But I'm surprised that Neiman Marcus went for the Chevy Camaro. I know my department stores, that's why I'm surprised.