Convertible cars are great. They come in all shapes and sizes from compact city cabriolets to roadsters and exotic luxury supercars. They all share a sense of open-air freedom and greater involvement in the driving experience.
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The Jaguar C-X75 was a stunning concept car that looked for a while, that like the F-Type Roadster, it would be heading for production but it never really fitted with Jaguar’s brand or aspirations to complete the journey.
An all-new Mazda MX-5 Miata will be unveiled on the 3rd September and the latest teasers suggest that it will be powered by lightweight rotary engine.
Rolls-Royce are following up last year’s pop-up Summer Studio showroom in the south of France with one in another location popular with high net-worth individuals.
Some major names in the convertible car industry will be updated in 2014 including the BMW 1 and 3 Series Convertible replacements and an all new trimmed down MX-5 Roadster. The convertible industry seems to continue in strength despite some media accusations to the contrary.
The 5-Seat Convertibles section in our buyers guide is a place of wonder and confusion. After the mighty Jeep Wrangler, a car that may be judged as impractical as it is characterful there remains only a small handsome french city car – the Citroen DS3 Cabriolet.
The VW Golf Cabriolet is an icon. In 1980 it was among the very first convertible versions of a hatchback car and in terms of sales the most successful. It’s tough to build new version of an iconic car and this latest version was a long time coming with the previous model going out of production back in 2002.