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The Top Gear car review:Chevrolet Camaro
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
Can’t really carry four in comfort, due to a very taxed rear seating arrangement, but two people can fit snugly. And let’s be honest, this car isn’t for hauling kids and dogs and things.
The A-pillar trim and plastic door panels flex with a gentle prod, and wobbly stitching abounds. The convertible roof flaps around when it’s down, too. Which is all a bit of a shame, because poor interior fixture quality isn’t endemic of today’s GM crop.