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Some convertibles are strictly for leisurely cruising, while others offer true sports car performance that pairs nicely with open-air freedom. Either way, the new convertible and the used convertible are the picture-perfect way to fulfill your sun-kissed dreams. See for yourself which convertible is “the one”.



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Latest Convertible News

2018 Chevrolet Corvette Carbon 65 Edition unveiled

Marking the 65th anniversary of America’s iconic sports car, Chevrolet unveiled a limited-run variant, the 2018 Corvette Carbon 65 Edition. Available on the Grand Sport 3LT and Z06 3LZ Coupe and Convertible models, Chevy will limit production to just 650 units. The Carbon 65 Edition Corvettes feature a selection of cosmetic and functional enhancements Read more...


2018 Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster: Video First Look

The 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster expands the German make’s range of 2-seat exotic sports cars. Among the styling cues that differentiate this model is a new grille, which recalls the iconic Panamericana 300 SL racing machines of the 1950s. The GT Roadster not only offers higher performance than those classics, but more luxury too, as Zach Vlasuk finds in Read more...


At first blush, a high-end 2-seat roadster has little in common with a luxury compact SUV. But in the case of the 2017 Mercedes-AMG SLC 43 and the Mercedes-AMG GLC 43, there’s a lot shared beneath their respective hoods, courtesy of a new 3.0-liter twin turbocharged V6 that makes 362 horsepower and AMG chassis tweaks. Zach Vlasuk drives both the SLC 43 and Read more...


Arguably the most stylish compact luxury SUV on the road, the Range Rover Evoque also holds the distinction of being the only SUV in the class available in a 2-door configuration. It doesn't offer all the off-road abilities of its storied Range Rover siblings, but the more urban-oriented Evoque is nevertheless a well-rounded utility at home on the highway Read more...


Previously marketed as two separate models, the 2017 Porsche Boxster and Cayman have been brought together under one numerical designation, 718, much the same way the German automaker treats its more senior sports car, the legendary 911. But while this duo is now under the 718 banner, these mid-engine 2-seaters still retain distinct personalities. Which one Read more...


Mercedes-Benz builds a lot of cars, a lot of sexy cars, a lot of which go topless. Two of them, the compact C-Class Cabriolet and the decadent S-Class Cabriolet, bookend the 4-seat luxury convertible market. Meanwhile a trio of 2-seaters, the small and sporty SLC-Class (née SLK-Class) roadster, the classic SL-Class roadster, and soon, the intense, Read more...


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