Most people like a sunroof in their cars. And if you like a sunroof, you'll love driving a convertible. Unlimited headroom, the crystal-clear soundtrack of the engine and exhaust and the 1
If you want to cruise in something else, we have also chosen the best luxury convertible, the best convertible sports car and even the best convertible SUV – yes, that's one thing. We picked this crop of drop-tops by hand after traveling all over the world to drive the latest, sexiest and best convertibles on the market. A quick tip: Remember to bring sunscreen.
Audi A3 Cabriolet
Why you should buy this: It does everything a car can do well, let in the sun too.
For whom: People who want a great car, which is also a convertible.
How much does it cost: $ 38,900 +
Why did we choose the Audi A3 Cabriolet:
A convertible does not have to be a sports car or a luxury model, to be good. The Audi A3 Cabriolet is a beautiful ride with a premium feel that covers all bases. It is the perfect car for people who want a convertible, but who also need it to be a practical everyday driver.
The A3 has an appealing exterior design and an interior that is well designed and functional. Audi has not saved on the interior quality, as do other luxury brands with their entry-level models. The A3 is available with Audi's Virtual Cockpit, which replaces the instrument cluster with a driver-configurable 12.3-inch digital display, and the MMI infotainment system with handwriting recognition.
All convertible models feature a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with up to 258 hp. Most variants are also equipped with the Quattro all-wheel drive. The driving experience is entertaining and lively, although the convertible version is not available with the more muscular drives of the saloons S3 and RS3.
The Best Luxury Convertible
Why You Should Buy This: There is a drop-top lounge on wheels.
For whom: Very, very rich people.
How much is it: $ 335,000 +
Why we chose the Rolls-Royce Dawn:
The name Rolls-Royce is synonymous with Luxury and the latest convertible from the famous British manufacturer will not disappoint. From a powerful V12 engine, through impeccable smoothness, to a beautiful interior, the Dawn has it all.
The Dawn is based on the same platform as the Rolls-Royce Ghost sedan and the Wraith coupe and shares its powertrain with these models. The turbocharged 6.6-liter V12 delivers 563 horsepower and 575 lb-ft of torque, accelerating the Dawn from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.9 seconds. That's not bad for a car that weighs over 5,000 pounds, and the V12 does its job so smoothly and quietly that you think it's an electric motor.
The interior is on a different level than anything produced by other automakers. with the possible exception of Bentley. Everything looks and feels more crafted than manufactured – there are cute details like umbrellas hidden in the doors and the front seats are like lounge chairs. Even the rear seats offer plenty of room and that's a rarity in a two-door convertible. The Dawn may be one of the most expensive new cars on the market, but you'll get a lot for your money.
Read Our Complete Rolls-Royce Dawn Test
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