Brabus are well known for their muscled-up versions of Mercedes Benz road cars but this time they have surpassed themselves with the world’s fastest and most powerful four seat convertible.
Convertible Car News
12th July 2011
Diesel convertibles have been around in Europe for quite a while but across the pond in the US they are still unheard of. The reason is all to do with fuel prices. Fuel tax is far higher across Europe and every MPG can make a sizeable difference. Cost savings don’t have to mean an end […]
6th July 2011
The Abarth version of Fiat’s 500C has always been a blast to drive but purists missed out as the only gearbox option was the paddle-shift automatic. Until now that is. The five speed manual version has everything that made the Fiat 500C Abarth great but with a good old fashioned stick-shift.
4th July 2011
The much rumoured Golf Cabriolet was first seen a few weeks back at the Geneva Motor Show as a fabric topped alternative to the Eos hardtop convertible. It’s now reaching showrooms and order books are open for the new car.
29th June 2011
A few lucky british drivers will be treated to a limited edition version of the Lexus IS 250C the brand’s mid size premium convertible. All 50 cars will have a distinctive black and red semi-aniline leather interior and individually numbered badges inside the glovebox.
28th June 2011
Masterpiece is London’s fair of the world’s finest luxuries and antiques. In its second year it is an eye-popping affair however this year brings something special of the four-wheeled variety.
26th June 2011
The 1921 convertible was the very first Bentley to leave the production line in 1921 after two development cars EXP (for experiment) 1 and 2.
25th June 2011
The rumours are strong of a new Porsche roadster to fit beneath the Boxster in the range. The new car will be based on Volkswagen’s BlueSport roadster platform which has been under development for some time.
The Boxster has been a massive success for Porsche bringing the brand mainstream success while boasting best-in-class handling and quality. 300,000 cars have now been sold on the Boxster/Caymen platform in 15 years and it’s still going strong.