Tag Archives: Convertibles

Report: Mazda could be mulling new turbo or MPS Miata MX-5

Whenever there are any questions involving driving fun, the answer can usually be defaulted to–because Mazda Miata. It’s is undoubtedly one of the best cars ever made for it is lightweight, affordable, and an absolute blast to drive. Click here for more news on the Mazda Miata. But for some the basic Miata just isn’t […]

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Report: Range Rover Evoque Cabrio expected to launch sometime this year

Land Rover seems to be making the same mistake Nissan did by making a convertible version of one of its crossovers. Nissan attempted this with the Murano CrossCabriolet, which was a total flop. But now, Land Rover might be attempting the same thing Nissan did with the Range Rover Evoque by making a cabrio version. […]

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Report: A Volkswagen Eos successor ain’t gonna happen

AutoCar reports with confirmation that a Volkswagen Eos successor just isn’t going to happen. For those of you who are struggling to remember, the Eos was a rather pricey hardtop convertible that debuted in 2006 and was essentially a convertible Golf. According to the report, where¬†AutoCar sat with Volkswagen’s R&D chief, Heinz-Jakob Neusser, the Eos […]

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2015 Detroit: Buick reveals first convertible since the Reatta of the 1990s, the 2016 Cascada

Do you remember when Buick last produced a convertible? It was quite a long time ago, in the form of the Reatta from the early 1990s, which was a far cry from Buick’s lovely big-bodied drop tops from the 1960s and 1970s (and let’s not even begin talking about older models like the Roadmaster). Meet […]

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Report: Next-gen BMW 6-Series to go on 500lbs diet, next M6 to get 600hp

BMW has been working overtime to shift their corporate goals to more sustainable and advanced motoring and part of this campaign is a huge onslaught against one of the biggest troubles when it comes to designing automobiles–weight. Despite the growth in size and heft of BMW’s models over time, Munich has always kept a keen […]

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Report: Lexus’ IS Convertible replacement could be based on LF-C2 or LF-LC Concepts

AutomotiveNews received a development in regards to the replacement for the IS Convertible. Lexus revealed the LF-C2 Concept at the LA Auto Show last month, which basically showcased a potential near-production Lexus RC convertible as an IS ‘vert replacement. But another report said Lexus is putting the RC Convertible possibility to rest, and now¬†AN reports […]

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Report: The Lexus RC Convertible killed in favor of a new three-row crossover

Lexus had a pretty big moment revealing the LF-C2 Concept at the LA Auto Show last week, which pitched at a successor to the IS Convertible and a variant to the RC Coupe, to ensure Lexus has its aim tightly set on rivals like the BMW 4-Series. Click here for our original post on the […]

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2014 LA Auto Show: The Lexus LF-C2 drops its top for LA

Lexus decided to pull the wraps off of its new LF-C2 Concept at the Los Angeles today, which previews to the world their pitch at a Lexus RC-based convertible, which would not only compete against the BMW 4-Series convertible, but would also be a follow up to the original IS Convertible. The new LF-C2 is […]

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Lexus releases more teasers of LF-C2 Concept ahead of LA Auto Show

Lexus revealed a few more teasers of their new LF-C2 Concept, due at LA later this week. With the usual progression of teasing, the concept has been revealed ever slightly more, to show that Lexus is essentially previewing what appears to be a new RC convertible. Rumors in the past have indicated Lexus is working […]

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Audi confirms arrival of US-spec TT coupe and roadster to LA

The Audi TT has been out for sometime in Europe, with production commencing not too long ago. And now, the US-spec TT Coupe and Roadster are going to make their North American debut for the first time, as it was inevitable. Audi didn’t release any specifics or photos just yet, but we already know the […]

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