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Top 5 UPCOMING Convertibles Future Cars || YOU MUST SEE

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Top 5 UPCOMING Convertibles Future Cars
1) Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet- Revelation of luxury
Last year, Mercedes wowed us all with an electric coupe concept it called the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6. While the name was a bit of a clunker, everything else about it was pure elegance. It was nearly 19 feet long, almost all hood, and rode in silence thanks to its electric powertrain. The Vision 6 is back at Pebble Beach this year, this time without its roof.

In cabriolet form, the Vision 6 is still impossibly long, wide, and low. Only now, the peasants can get a better look at who’s driving. Instead of last year’s red, it’s been painted blue and rides on new 24-inch alloy wheels. Rims that size would look massive on most other cars, but the Vision 6 Cabriolet is so impossibly long, it actually makes 2 feet of wheel look appropriate. Of course, since this is a Maybach concept we’re talking about, the center lock is painted in rose gold. That’s not the only gold decorating the exterior, either. The fabric top also has rose gold threads woven in to match.
2)2018 BMW 8 Series concept -Convertible
It’s been 20 years since the BMW 8 Series was available as a new model back in 1997, but the good news is that it’s making its way back to the lineup. The BMW Concept 8 Series is just the beginning to show drivers what’s to come for the all-new 2018 BMW 8 Series Coupe. Although there’s no exact release date, it’s expected to arrive in 2018. Let’s explore more for further details.
3) 2018 Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet
Some pundits have said the convertible segment is dying. Mercedes-Benz thinks otherwise. Why else would it launch yet another open-top model? With the new E-class cabriolet, the lineup now features a remarkable six convertibles: the C-, E-, and S-class (including a Maybach derivative), the SLC-class, the SL-class, and the AMG GT roadster. And that’s not counting the zany Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet, because only 99 will be built, none of which are destined for U.S. sale.
The new E-class convertible, making its debut next week at the Geneva auto show, is arguably the most beautiful. The shoulder line, which takes the expression of a crease in the C- and S-class, is artfully integrated on the E-class, with no sharp radii. The taillights are slim and horizontal. Even with the optional AMG Line styling package, the car looks subdued and elegant, although the standard trim looks better in our opinion.
4)2018 Porsche 911 TARGA GTS Spyder
If you’ve driven along the edge of Donner Lake in Truckee, California, anytime in the past 15 years, you’ve noticed that turbocharged, all-wheel-drive automobiles parked along the side of the road aren’t exactly an uncommon sight. The Euer Saddle, marked as Donner Summit on I-80, sits at an elevation of 7239 feet and the lake itself at 5936. To the south, Echo Summit on Highway 50 reaches 7382 feet, while the Carson Pass on State Route 88 hits 8574. Even Reno, just down the mountain—and the former home of Porsche’s North American arm—lies at a 4505-foot elevation, not a whole lot lower than Denver. Up there, forced induction is a must to maintain performance in the thin air.
5)Volkswagen T-Cross Breeze Cabriolet
If you’re thinking that the one thing the world needs least right now is a convertible crossover, you have plenty of company. But there are enough people interested in the idea that Land Rover is going there with its handsome and pricey Range Rover Evoque convertible. And now Volkswagen is showing us something remarkably similar in the form of the T-Cross Breeze. It’s technically a concept, but VW says it “can well imagine putting such a convertible on the market as a production model.” Of course, it’ll morph into something far more practical first, a fixed-roof subcompact crossover to tussle with the likes of the Honda HR-V, Mazda CX-3, and Jeep Renegade.
But back to the concept version. At 162.7 inches long and 70.8 inches wide, and riding on big 19-inch wheels with 101 inches of wheelbase, the four-seat T-Cross Breeze has rather stout proportions, not unlike those of the droptop Evoque.

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