Well that didn’t take long. Less than two weeks after the reveal of the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, Chevrolet has officially taken the wraps off the drop-top version of the 640 horsepower beast here in New York.

There really isn’t much to say about the drop-top version of ZL1 because it is essentially unchanged from the coupe version. The entire sixth-generation Camaro chassis was designed from inception to house high performance convertibles, meaning the lack of a roof yields very minimal structural changes to the car.

So with the same 640 horsepower, 640 pound-feet of torque and your choice of a 10-speed automatic or six-speed manual gearbox…this is one ‘vert that should be insanely fun to drive.

The convertible version of the ZL1 will go on sale in early 2017 according to Chevrolet.

The 2017 Camaro ZL1 is poised to challenge the most advanced performance cars in the world in any measure – with unprecedented levels of technology, refinement, track capability and straight-line acceleration. A cohesive suite of performance technologies tailors ZL1’s performance, featuring an updated Magnetic Ride suspension, Performance Traction Management, electronic limited-slip differential, Custom Launch Control and Driver Mode Selector. The ZL1 Convertible’s modular underbody bracing provides the same sharp, nimble handling as the coupe, while its fully automatic top can be raised or lowered with a single button while driving up to 30 mph, or lowered remotely with the keyfob.

The 2017 Camaro ZL1 is poised to challenge the most advanced performance cars in the world in any measure – with unprecedented levels of technology, refinement, track capability and straight-line acceleration. From the fully automatic soft top that seamlessly disappears beneath the hard tonneau cover, to modular underbody bracing to allow the same sharp, nimble handling as the coupe, the Camaro ZL1 Convertible is a high-tech masterpiece. The fully automatic top can be raised or lowered with a single button while driving up to 30 mph, or lowered remotely with the keyfob.

The driver-focused interior of the Camaro ZL1 features standard Recaro front seats, along with a sueded flat-bottom steering wheel and shift knob. Chevrolet’s Performance Data Recorder is available, and allows drivers to record, share and analyze driving experiences on and off the track. The fully automatic top can be raised or lowered with a single button while driving up to 30 mph, or lowered remotely with the keyfob.