While the first generation BMW 4-Series Convertible is yet to be revealed the newly released Coupe details hint to what the drop-top version may hold. The 4-Series is BMW’s rebranding of what was previously sold as the 3-Series Coupe and Convertible.
Category Archives: Future Cars
27th May 2013
The Renault Zoe is one of the first genuinely attractive electric vehicles that could fit into the budget of the average European, and as a result the French brand is capitalising on its popularity. Their latest step has been to quiz its Facebook fans how they would react to a convertible version.
1st March 2013
The Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG already has a fairly niche market – those who require a roadster with huge amounts power from a V12 engine but with the armchair comfort of a gentleman’s club. The trouble is those with yachts and private jets on hand often require something a little more discrete and that is where the new Brabus 800 comes in.
18th January 2013
In what appears to be a blunder on the website of model car manufacturer Maisto, images of the yet to be released drop-top C7 Corvette Stingray Convertible were published a little too early. The model car maker was likely to have been given the secret pictures at an earlier date so that they could plan production of models to co-incide with the real cars launch.
27th September 2012
Production of the much loved tiny Daihatsu Copen Roadster ended earlier this year and there has been speculation for some time as to what (if anything) will follow it. Daihatsu seem unlikely to disappoint having shown several concepts over the last few years. The latest of these is the Daihatsu D-R Roadster.
8th September 2012
GM have released the first official news of an upcoming mid-sized convertible car which has been designed and built in-house by British brand Vauxhall. Named the Vauxhall Cacada it is being developed as a unique car apart from the Astra GTC coupe which appears to form its base.
26th August 2012
The Bentley Azure was for many years the ultimate luxury convertible. Sat at the top of the Bentley range it was big, opulent and expensive. Since 2011 when the Azure T finished its production run the mid-range Bentley Continental GTC has left to hold the convertible flag. Things may be due to change soon as Bentley are working on an Azure successor to compete with the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe at the pinnacle of automotive extravagance.