The dust has barely settled on the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray following its official reveal at the Detroit Motor Show this week, but already two images have leaked showing how the convertible version could look.
Reports suggest the pictures are officials and were leaked by die-cast car model maker Maisto, before being removed from its website.
While the Stingray coupe shown at Detroit featured a removable targa-style roof panel, the convertible - as with previous-generation Corvette - appears to use a fully-retractable fabric hood.
Other visual tweaks include smaller wheels, a more compact boot lid spoiler and a flat rear deck instead of the coupe’s sloping rear screen. The silver Stingray emblem has also been removed from the front fenders, suggesting it won’t carry the Stingray name.
We expect the convertible to use the same aluminium chassis, carbon-fibre panels and 444bhp 6.2-litre V8 as the Stingray, which will allow it to power from 0-62mph in less than four seconds. Sales of the convertible are likely to begin in around 12-months' time.