Convertible cars are a breath of fresh air. They come in all shapes and sizes from compact city cabriolets to roadsters and exotic luxury supercars. Every one of them enjoys a sense of open-air freedom and greater involvement in the driving experience.
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Collectors will be reaching for their cheque books as the one-off Aston Martin Zagato DB9 Spyder that was designed to celebrate Aston Martin’s Centenary is to be auctioned this summer at Pebble Beach.
The Mazda MX-5 Miata Club Edition was revealed in New York as an even more driver focused model with details that suggest it would be as handy on the track as it would be wriggling down windy backroads. Changes are very much based around handling improvements rather any performance boosts.
As of today the first reservations are being made in Japan for the the new Mazda MX-5 Roadster. The Japanese two-seater is 25 years old and in sales terms is the most successful sports car ever. But if the recipe is unchanged why do we think that it will be such a big success?
It is always an enjoyable event to predict the coming year’s convertibles pieced together from a collection of press releases, trade hints, rumours and past experience. This selection of new convertible cars for 2015 balances a changeable market.
We’ve been treated to some exceptional new cars during the last 12 months so it wasn’t all that easy to put together a list of our top 5 Convertible cars of 2014.
While the previous generation Audi A3 always carried the label of being a posh VW Golf, the new Cabriolet feels like a classic Audi. So much so that it is easy to make comparisons with the old A4. It comes with all the classic ingredients but there is innovation under the skin that brings it right up to date.