This week were both the Tokyo and Los Angeles Motor/Auto Shows. While LA saw the latest BMW 4-Series Convertible in the flesh for the first time as well as the latest Porsche 911 Cabriolet (which as you might expect would take a serious enthusiast to tell apart from the 2013 model), the really interesting sights were in Japan.
Convertible Car News: Tokyo
Tokyo and LA Motor Show Round-up
24th November 2013
Micro roadsters to make a comeback?
27th October 2013
While there have been concepts floating around for small Japanese roadsters it has never looked more likely that we are about to see a return of the kei sports car. Both and look likely to show small roadster concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show in November.
Honda Small Sports EV Concept
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.
Fiat 500C Diesel that runs on petrol
12th April 2010
Daihatsu Basket Concept
24th October 2009
Daihatsu unveiled a rather unusual and yet typically Japanese concept at the Tokyo Motor Show. The name comes from the shape of the cat with its large roll-over bar. The retro styled utility convertible is based on the Mira with a 660cc engine and four wheel drive. The concept of a tiny off-roader may at […]
The British hold the European flag at the Tokyo Motor Show
19th October 2009