When you have a well-documented following like the Camaro does, you can actually gain popularity by taking some time off. (See: McRib.) After an eight year hiatus, the iconic muscle car returned with a 2010 model and now hopes to continue its success with the 2011 version. The most obvious addition (or retraction) is the fact that the 2011 is offered as a convertible. The powered soft drop-top adds a technological touch to the classic feel of an old-school Camaro. A Heads-Up Display (standard on the 2LT and 2SS) even shows your speed, RPM, radio station, and even directions right on your windshield. Plus, unlike the old gas guzzlers, this Camaro gets 29 MPG highway and still boasts 300+ horsepower.