In the last couple of years there have been some clear trends in the car industry. It would be wrong to say that convertible sales are drying up but the market is certainly shifting.
Convertible Car News
Convertible Cars are Moving Upmarket
16th January 2015
7th December 2014
A limited edition of just six Pininfarina designed Ferrari Sergio Roadsters are being built to celebrate 60 years of partnership between the Cambiano based design studio and coachbuilder, and the esteemed Italian sports car maker.
Bentley Grand Convertible Revealed
23rd November 2014
The Bentley Grand Convertible has been described as a concept but in reality this is a pre-production model unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show to test the customer reaction in perhaps the biggest market for such a luxurious convertible car.
Lexus LF-C2 Concept Revealed
20th November 2014
Lexus are keen to get the public’s attention for their Lexus LF-C2 four-seat convertible car concept with a teaser campaign and now a Los Angeles Auto Show debut. This premium sports convertible looks perfect for the West Coast market.
Jaguar F-Type Major Updates
20th November 2014
The hugely successful Jaguar F-Type Roadster range is to be heavily expanded with new models including All Wheel Drive and Manual Gearbox options, along with updates for the entire range.
2015 Chevrolet Camaro Commemorative Edition
5th November 2014
Chevy’s fifth generation Camaro has been a storming success with over 400,000 cars sold. As this model draws to a close and with a replacement under development, the special Chevrolet Camaro Commemorative Edition is being released to celebrate 2015 as the car’s final year.
New Audi TT and TTS Roadsters revealed
28th September 2014
The convertible version of Audi’s new TT sports car has been revealed ahead of its Mondial de l’Automobile Paris Motor Show public unveiling. The styling is sharpened up and brings back some of the details of the original car.
BMW 2-Series Convertible Revealed
10th September 2014
The next generation smaller BMW Convertible has been unveiled. The BMW 2-Series Convertible is the successor to the 1-Series droptop but joins the German brand’s slightly confusing new naming strategy.