• Super Cars

    All-New BMW M4 Convertible Gets Awesome Official Video

    It’s… beautiful. With that song and those shots, they’re definitely pushing for the “manly” market. Even if soft-tops don’t always lend themselves to that.

    The new BMW Convertible M4 looks set to make a mark, especially with this kind of introductory video, (so what if it’s kind of corny?).

    The roof can be lowered in 20 seconds, reaching speeds of 8mph itself. Crikey. It also comes with a lovely “Air Collar”, to keep your neck nice and toasty when the roof is down. Perfect.

    The engine is of course, what matters. It’s still beasty, boasting a twin-turbo-charged, 3.0 litre straight-six; the same found in the M4 Coupe and M3 Saloon. This produces 431bhp, and 406lb of torque.

    Have a gander at some of the images below, alongside the video. Get pumped.

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  • Latest Release

    First drive: the C7 Corvette Convertible

    Corvette C7 first drive

    Been waiting to hear more about the new convertible Stingray. What’s the story?

    Designed at the same time as the hardtop, you might think that the convertible was unnecessary as all ‘Vettes now have a targa-style removable roof panel. So you can get your fresh air on and have a solid roof over your head when you’re finished. But then you drive the soft-topped version and it makes all the sense in the world. There are several reasons for this.

    >> See more here at Top Gear.com

    Corvette C7 first drive
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  • Latest Release/ Reviews

    Look at Me! 2014 BMW 4-series Convertible Driven (REVIEW)

    Americans care about precisely one thing in a convertible, and at the risk of blaspheming our national anthem, we will transcribe it thusly: O say can you see me? We are an extroverted people, our convertibles meant to be driven with the top down such that everyone can see how much we’re enjoying the sun and fun. Germans, on the other hand, have this peculiar notion that when you quite literally peel back the roof of a coupe there are further considerations beyond the afternoon weather forecast. For them, structural stiffness, interior noise, and all-season utility count as well, so it’s not surprising then that the new BMW 4-series convertible gets good marks in all three categories. READ MORE ››

    Look at Me! 2014 BMW 4-series Convertible Driven
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