As you can see, it's pretty darn red. What you can't tell (probably) is that it's a V-6 model. Really hard to tell it apart from the SS from the side. So far we're averaging 20.7 mpg in mostly city driving and it's been a blast. Yes, we miss the extra horsepower and torque of the SS, but the direct-injection V-6 still makes this a mid-14-second tanning booth.
On the highway with the top down and windows up, we found the noise to be quieter than expected. There was a breeze to be sure, even at 80 mph, but it was pleasant and very livable. It wasn't until we hit 90 that the noise and buffeting got a little uncomfortable.
Fully loaded, the sticker came to $36,185. Stay tuned for more as we get to know the 2LT RS ragtop.