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10 Newest Convertibles with Sporty Exteriors & Premium Interior Materials

10 Newest Convertibles with Sporty Exteriors & Premium Interior Materials

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Whenever you start seeing more fans of open top motoring on the roads, it’s the ultimate sign that the summer is here. So, in today’s video, we’d like to review the most exciting convertible sports cars that manufacturers have prepared for the upcoming years. Let’s get started!

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00:00 Introduction

00:20 Bentley Batur Convertible

This upcoming Bentley drop-top puts to use the brand’s iconic 6.0-litre twin-turbocharged W12 engine. Considering that Bentley is planning on retiring the W12 in the near future, the Batur Convertible with 739 horsepower on tap will not only be a powerful tool for open-air grand touring but will also mark a turning point in the brand’s history.

01:43 Ferrari 12cilindri Spider

For the 2025 model year Ferrari has presented the successor to the 812 Superfast. Gifted with a characteristic Ferrari growl and sporting newly-developed titanium connecting rods and lightweight aluminum alloy pistons, the V12 engine is the true centerpiece of this upcoming model. Capable of revving up to 9500 rpm, the motor produces 818 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque.

03:21 Mercedes-AMG CLE 53 4MATIC+ Cabriolet

The model boasts a sporty exterior design with flared front and rear wheel arches. The car’s dynamic nature is backed up by a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine with mild hybrid technology, capable of producing 449 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque. This is enough to complete a 0 to 62 mph sprint in 4.4 seconds and reach the top speed of 155 mph.

04:57 Maserati GranCabrio & GranCabrio Folgore

The all-electric version of the GranCabrio will have three motors and EV technology borrowed from Formula E racers. It can boast a 751-horsepower output in the standard mode and 818 horsepower when MaxBoost mode is engaged. Such performance numbers translate into a 0-to-62 mph acceleration time of 2.8 seconds and a 180-mph top speed.

07:25 Morgan Plus Four

For more than a century the Morgan Motor Company has been pushing classic automotive elegance to the masses. The refreshed Plus Four retro-car got new front and rear wings, an updated look for front and rear lights, and a revised front splitter and a rear diffuser. The interior now features the next-generation Sennheiser sound, a revised interior lighting setup, and a new LCD screen and a dashboard.

08:58 McLaren Artura Spider

The latest update to the Artura supercar also made the cabrio version available for purchase. This high-performance vehicle offers the peak output of 690 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of torque that comes courtesy of a hybrid system consisting of a 3.0-Liter V6 engine and an electric motor.

10:30 Mazda Miata

To the delight of any lightweight roadster enthusiast out there, Mazda decided to keep the cheapest offering on the market alive for several more years. The brand has announced a cautious facelift that introduces quite a few important both outside and inside.

12:03 BMW 4 Series and M4 Convertible

The 4-series lineup is offered with both gas and diesel engines. For the base models, there are two four-cylinder gas engine options that can produce 184 and 245 horsepower respectively, while their diesel alternative produces 190 horsepower. More potent straight-six turbo engines have a 3-liter displacement and are found in the M Performance versions.

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