Caterham launched their new concept car today at the Singapore Grand Prix and have given an insight into their roadmap for the future. The new Caterham AeroSeven Concept is a thoroughly modern take on the kind of sports cars Caterham have made for the last 40 years. While it may look like an all-new car […]
Convertible Car News
16th September 2013
Mercedes Benz have indicated that there is a high likelihood of an S-Class Convertible model as part of the new platform. The Mercedes S-Class Convertible is likely to closely resemble the Coupe (pictured here) which was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The Coupe is officially a concept but is said to be very close […]
11th September 2013
The old Audi A3 Cabriolet was a popular car giving a taste of style and luxury within its compact proportions. The new Audi A3 Cabriolet is a little bigger than its hatchback shaped predecessor and comes in a more conventional 3 box form. It looks ready to compete with the BMW 1-Series Convertible – the A3 Cabrio’s natural competitor.
8th September 2013
With the collapse of the Saab business the future of boutique sportscar brand Spyker was looking bleak for a while but after an injection of cash from China the way was paved for development of a new model. The Spyker B6 Venator Spyder shown here is at this point, still a concept it is one that looks very much close to production.
7th September 2013
The Audi TTS competition is being launched as a limited edition car to celebrate half a million of the brand’s TT models being sold. The original Audi TT was launched as a Coupé back in 1998 and as a Roadster in 1999. The design kept close to a concept shown earlier in Frankfurt to much public acclaim.
26th July 2013
GM’s European brands Vauxhall and Opel have confirmed that a convertible based on their Adam super-mini and Adam Rocks Concept unveiled in Geneva last year, will go into production. Launching in 2014 it will go head to head with the popular Fiat 500C and Citroen DS3 Cabriolet with which it will share a similar style […]
7th July 2013
Morgan is unique in the automotive world for their continued success over many decades with minimal changes to their car designs. They may have some more modern offerings but the majority of their cars stick closely to their 1930s ancestors. It didn’t come as much of a surprise then when the new model they announced […]
7th July 2013
While the world has no shortage of nutty trackday-ready cars, the majority of them come from small european builders (e.g. Caterham, Ariel, BAC, KTM), often leaving the selection for American drivers fairly limited. A new Mexico/Detroit based business has a solution called the VŪHL 05. VŪHL which stands for “Vehicles of Ultra-lightweight and High-performance” is […]