The Citroen DS3 Cabriolet will be the first convertible car in the French brand’s range since the Citroen C3 Pluriel was discontinued in 2010. Unlike the utilitarian C3 the DS3 is an ultra-modern small car which clearly aims to out-class the market leading Mini Convertible.
Convertible Car News: Small Convertibles
24th May 2012
We’ve come to agreement here at Convertible Car Magazine that the new limited production run Abarth 695 Maserati Edition is the most desirable small car we’ve ever seen. It ranks above the usual ‘special edition’ fare with a swath of stylish additions and a pretty brutal amount of power for such a small car.
14th April 2012
The Daihatsu Copen is to finally end its production run with a 10th Anniversary Edition. The long lived roadster has an enthusiastic following thanks to it’s cheeky personality and fun but frugal handling. The final edition of this convertible car is limited to just 500.
3rd December 2011
The Daihatsu Copen has always been at the top of our list for value and fun but it has been around for a decade now so we have been keen to know what they will come up with next. The concept released at the Tokyo Motor Show can at least give us some ideas. Named the Daihatsu D-X (pronounced Dee Cross) it is a kind of tiny SUV/Roadster crossover.
16th November 2011
The fun little Fiat 500C TwinAir has managed to pull off a Green Apple Award for its own unique flavour of top down thrills and environmental credentials.
10th November 2011
Honda is set to unveil an electric convertible sports car concept at the Tokyo Motor Show in December. The design is not a fanciful dream of a car but looks like something that could be headed for production.
7th November 2011
Hot on the heals of Fiat with their vast range of options for the 500C, MINI have launched the MINI Yours personalisation system. With a vast range of exterior paints, graphics, interior trims and upholsteries owners have a wide selection of options to configure their new car.
15th September 2011
Volkswagen arrived at the Frankfurt Motor Show with not one but six concept cars. Each based on a new Up! small car platform, the range included a pair of unusual convertibles – the Buggy Up! and the Up! Azzurra.