When the original Range Rover Evoque Convertible concept car showed up it certainly raised some eyebrows. Imagine the new drop-top Evoque cruising down a Californian coastal road and it suddenly starts to make more sense.
Convertible Car News: Four-Wheel-Drive Convertibles
26th September 2013
As the Mercedes-Benz G-Class finally comes towards the end of its production lifespan, a range of final editions are being launched and perhaps the most desirable is the Mercedes-Benz G-Class Cabriolet Final Edition 200. Although only ever built in small quantities the Mercedes G-Class Cabriolet has been in production for 34 years giving it classic […]
12th December 2012
Convertible cars have yet to make a serious impact in the Chinese motor industry however Beijing Auto had their latest drop-top off-roader on display at this months Auto Guangzhou show. The Beijing Auto B40 is a two door 4×4 and a modernised interpretation of the classic Jeep Wrangler. When it goes to market in February […]
26th February 2012
When we heard the rumours of an Range Rover Evoque Convertible a few months back we didn’t take them with much seriousness. A drop-top Rangie seemed a niche too far but the rumours were true and a completed concept car will be on show in Geneva in March.
14th February 2012
SsangYong are considering whether to follow Nissan and explore the market for a Convertible Crossover. Their SsangYong XIV-2 Convertible concept will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March as a successor to the hard-top XIV concept shown just last year.
5th November 2011
The Jeep Wrangler has been with us for decades and it has always had a fiddly manual roof. Finally there is a solution. Omix-Ada Inc. have launched their Rugged Ridge brand of after-market power roof for the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
13th September 2011
Land Rover have given us the first taste of the successor to the long-lived Defender model at the Frankfurt Show. Two concepts have been shown, a hardtop and a convertible model. Although this one is sure to raise eyebrows of the traditionalist 4×4 owners it certainly wouldn’t be the first convertible Land Rover and we can see a development of this more modern car selling well.