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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It doesn’t come as a huge surprise that Rolls-Royce have now officially confirmed that a new convertible is to be made. Following the success of the Rolls-Royce Wraith, the new Convertible should be a little more attainable than the Phantom Drophead Coupe.
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.
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.