Last year the revived and updated Chevy Camaro was king of the rear-wheel-drive muscle cars, outselling the Ford Mustang by more than 7,000 units. Now the new Camaro convertible is finally giving Chevy a model to match that Mustang convertible. The new Camaro, which started hitting dealer showrooms in February, is a beauty—with a sturdy, well-tailored top that deploys in about 16 seconds, a choice of an economical V6 or a honking-big Corvette V8, and surprisingly good handling for a convertible. It's pricey. But if you're looking for a fun car to wheel out on sunny weekends and warm summer evenings, this may be the model for you.