By the time the hardtop Lamborghini Veneno was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March the three cars planned for production had already sold. Demand among the super-rich was obviously strong however as now the Italian super car maker has announced their intention to build 9 convertible versions.
Convertible Car News: Convertible Supercars
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.
1st March 2013
The Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG already has a fairly niche market – those who require a roadster with huge amounts power from a V12 engine but with the armchair comfort of a gentleman’s club. The trouble is those with yachts and private jets on hand often require something a little more discrete and that is where the new Brabus 800 comes in.
18th January 2013
In what appears to be a blunder on the website of model car manufacturer Maisto, images of the yet to be released drop-top C7 Corvette Stingray Convertible were published a little too early. The model car maker was likely to have been given the secret pictures at an earlier date so that they could plan production of models to co-incide with the real cars launch.
12th November 2012
Lamborghini call it the new benchmark in the world of open-top luxury super sports cars. The Aventador Roadster is certainly a stunning looking car and Lamborghini have clearly gone their own way in convertible roof design of their range-topping super car.
28th October 2012
With each Bugatti Veyron being built bespoke with almost unlimited options it becomes difficult for the customer to know what to choose. The answer was to do it for them and they have now made a habit of building one off special edition cars with unique colour schemes and finishes. The Gris Rafale Bugatti Veyron […]
26th September 2012
When the GranTurismo MC Stradale was unveiled there were fears that it would be another track-bred car that was harsh and difficult to manage on normal roads but it turned out to be a very pleasant surprise. The normal adaptive damping was thrown out for a more traditional passive system and the chassis was lightened […]
21st September 2012
Only eighteen months after its release the Aston Martin Virage has been dropped from the luxury sports car makers range and replaced with an updated DB9 wearing very similar bodywork.